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NOMENCLATURE OF DISEASES 



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NOTICE. 



In issuing, by direction of the American Medical Association, a large 
number of extra copies of the report on "A Nomenclature of Diseases," 
presented at the last annual meeting of the Association, and in inviting 
the criticism of the Medical profession thereon, it is proper to state that 
a similar distribution was made in 1869 of the Nomenclature of Diseases 
published by the Royal College of Physicians of London, accompanied by 
a similar invitation, but that very feiw proposals for amending the scheme 
were received from any quarter ; and that such of these as appeared 
judicious are embodied in the present report. As, however, the proposed 
American system differs from the English in several of its prominent 
features, and in very many of its details, and as it is desirable to have all 
its parts improved as far as possible by suggestion and criticism, it is re- 
quested that communications upon the subject should be addressed at the 
earliest day to 

FRANCIS G. SMITH, M.D., 

Chairman of the Committee on Nomenclature^ 

1504 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. 



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REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON NOMENCUTTJRE OF 

DISEASES. 



Dr. Francis G. Smith, of Pennsylvania, chairman of the Com- 
mittee on a Nomenclature of Diseases, reported as follows: — 

In accordance with instructions given to them by the Association 
in 1870, the committee have prepared a Nomenclature of Diseases, to 
be recommended to the medical practitioners of the United States 
for adoption and observance. It will be remembered that the com- 
mittee appointed at New Orleans in 1869, to determine what alter- 
ations, if any, are necessary, to adapt the Provisional Nomenclature 
of the Eoyal College of Physicians of London to general use in 
the United States, reported at Washington, that the English Nomen- 
clature was not adapted to this end, and recommended the appoint- 
ment of a new committee to prepare a Nomenclature of their own. 
This committee are now prepared to submit the results of their 
labors. The system of Nomenclature oflfered is based upon that of 
the Eoyal College of Physicians of London, with such additions 
and modifications as in the judgment of the committee were needed. 
The general divisions of that work have been adopted, although 
the order of their succession has been materially modified, and the 
whole is preceded by a general nomenclature of morbid condi- 
tions, such as do not constitute special diseases. It must be re- 
membered that the Nomenclature adopted by the Eoyal College i& 
strictly provisional, and that provision was made for its modifica- 
tion, as necessity might demand. It was expressly set forth, not 
as possessing absolute scientific accuracy, but as a contrivance for 
securing the use of the same name for the same disease, and ^'for 



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perfecting the statistical registration of diseases, with a view to the 
discovery of the laws which determine their causes, phenomena, 
and results." The same may be said of that which your com- 
mittee present ; it also is provisional, and must be subject to such 
alteration and revision as experience may prove desirable. 

In selecting Latin equivalents for English names of diseases, 
the committee have frequently departed from the example of the 
English Nomenclature, in which, as far as possible, Latin terms of 
classical authority have been employed. Their reasons for doing 
so are briefly these : — 

1. A large number of diseases now commonly recognized were 
totally unknown to the ancients. 

2. The language of medicine, like that of law, abounds in tech- 
nical Latin terms of mediaeval or later origin, and these are the only 
terms by which the things signified by them are generally known. 

3. To express the ideas of modern science in classical Latin often 
involves the use of periphrases which tend to obscure, instead of 
making them clearer. 

In the Nomenclature of the Eoyal College of Physicians of 
London, precedence is given to the Latin over the English names. 
Your committee have reversed this arrangement, believing that 
wherever English names exist, they should be preferred, because 
they are more intelligible to the greater number of practitioners, 
and because the tendency is everywhere increasing to use vernacu- 
lar idioms in naming diseases. Latin synonyms for them are, 
however, annexed, which have a definite meaning for the medical 
profession in all civilized nations. 

The committee have been engaged for two years in the prepa- 
ration of its Eeport, and have held nearly fifty meetings. What- 
ever defects, therefore, it may present, cannot, they think, be laid 
to a want of industry or care. 

They have to deplore, with many others, the loss by death of a 
valued member of their body. Dr. Samuel Henby Dickson, who, 
by his extensive learning, wide experience, and cultivated intellect, 
gave great aid to their labors ; and, although his failing health pre- 



vented his being a constant attendant on the meetings of the com- 
mittee, his sympathies were always with its work, and his counsel 
was promptly and cheerfully given. In common with this com- 
munity in which he lived, and with this Association, we mourn his 
loss. 

In order to expedite and facilitate the work devolving upoq 
them, the committee was early divided into sub - committees of 
Practical Medicine, Surgery, and Obstetrics, to each of which was 
assigned the study of a special department, the results of which 
were reported to the* general committee for approval. By invita- 
tion of the general committee. Dr. J. Ashhurst, Jr., was added to 
the sub-committee on Surgery, and Dr. W. Goodell to that on 
Obstetrics. To each of these gentlemen, the committee desire to 
express their thanks for the valuable assistance which they 
rendered. In concluding this brief report of their labors, the fruits 
of which are seen in the printed matter now presented to the 
Association, the committee respectfully offer the following resolu- 
tions: — 

Besolved, That the Eeport of the Committee on the Nomenclature 
of Diseases be referred to a special committee of five members, 
to be appointed by the President, who shall examine it, and report 
upon its final disposition, at the present meeting of the Association. 

Resolved, That on the favorable report of such committee it 
shall be referred back to the Committee on the Nomenclature of 
Diseases, for the preparation of an Index to be published with it 
in the forthcoming volume of the Transactions. 

FRANCIS G. SMITH, Jr., Chairman, 

GEO. B. WOOD, of Philadelphia. 

ALFRED STILLfi, of Philadelphia. 

W. S. W. RUSCHENBERGER, of U. S. Navy. 

J. ASHHURST, Jr., of Philadelphia. 

WM. GOODELL, of Philadelphia. 

T. PARVIN, of Indiana. 

R. F. MICHEL, of Alabama. 

WM. M. McPHEETERS, of Missouri. 

L. P. YANDELL, of Kentucky. 



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Dr. J. J. Woodward, of the TJ. S. Army, offered a minority re- 
port, as follows : — 

A minority of the Committee on Nomenclature have the honor 
to report: — 

That while they entertain the highest respect for the abilities 
and learning of those members of the committee whose residence 
in Philadelphia has enabled them to attend its meetings and aid in 
the production of the report which has just been submitted, they 
nevertheless feel it a duty to express their earnest conviction that 
the adoption of a Nomenclature and Classification by this Associa- 
tion is a matter of too great importance to be acted upon hastily, 
before the members have had any opportunity to examine for them- 
selves the Nomenclature and Classification proposed. 

The minority of the committee have had no opportunity to ex- 
amine the proof-sheets of the work until since the commencement 
of the present meeting of the Association, and the time since then 
has been far too short for them to form an opinion as to details. 
They do not, therefore, wish to be understood as criticising the 
work done in any way, but simply ask, as a measure of justice and 
wisdom, that it may be submitted to the judgment of the profession 
before it is acted upon by this body. 

They have the honor, therefore, to offer the following resolution 
as a substitute for the resolution offered by the majority. 

Besolved, That the Nomenclature and Classification just sub- 
mitted by the committee be published in the Transactions ; that one 
thousand extra copies be printed in pamphlet form and distributed 
to the profession, and that the question of the adoption of the pro- 
posed Nomenclature and Classification by this body be postponed 

till the next annual meeting. 

Signed, A. B. PALMER, of Michigan. 

J. J. WOODWARD, of U. S. Army. 
GEO. A. OTIS, of U. S. Array. 
AUSTIN FLINT, of New York. 

On motion of Dr. A. B. Palmer, of Michigan, both reports were 

accepted. 

The resolution attached to the report of the minority was adopted. 



NOMENCLATURE OF DISEASES. 



GENEEAL PATHOLOGY. 

1. Irritation. Irritatio. 

A morbid increase of action in a part, short of inflammation. 

2. Inflammation. Inflammatio. 

A morbid increase of action in a part, with altered nutrition, gene- 
rally accompanied with increased heat, redness, pain, and swelling. 

3. Suppuration. Suppuratio. 

A state of inflammation characterized by the production of pus. 

4. Ulceration. Ulceratio. 

A state of inflammation in which there is loss of substance on a 
free surface. 

5. Abscess. Abscessus. 

A cavity containing pus. 

6. Depression. Depressio. 

A morbid diminution of action. 

7. Debility. Debilitas. Syn. Asthenia. 

Morbid deficiency of power. 

8. Degeneration. Degeneratio. 

Degradation of structure. 

9. Mortification. Mortificatio. 

The dying of a part. 

10. Gangrene. Gangraena. 

The death of a part. 

11. Atrophy. Atrophia. 

Morbid diminution of structure. 

12. Hypertrophy. Hypertrophia. 

Morbid increase of structure. 
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2 NOMENCLATURE OF DISEASES. 

13. Congestion. Congestio. Syn. Hypersemia. 

Morbid accumulation of blood in a pari. 

a. Active congestion. Congestio activa. 

Congestion with increased activity of the circulation. 

h. Passive congestion. Congestio passiva. 

Congestion from impediment of the circulation. 

14. Hemorrhage. Hsemorrbagia. 

Abnormal loss of blood. 

15. Dropsy. Hydrops. 

Morbid efifuSion of serous fluid into the areolar tissue or serous 
cavities. 

16. Fever. Febris. 

* An acute affection of the system, with increased heat and derange- 
ment of all the functions. 

17. Cachexia. Cachexia. 

Chronic disease, in which, with varioos disturbances of the func- 
tions, there is a special morbid state of the blood. 

18. Tuberculosis. Tuberculosis. 

A morbid state of the system in which there is a disposition to the 
formation of tubercle. 

19. Scrofulosis. Scrofulosis. 

A morbid state of the system in which there is a disposition to a 
peculiar low, chronic, and obstinate inflammation, with or without 
the formation of tubercle, or matter resembling it. 

20. Rickets. Rachitis. 

A constitutional disease of early childhood, manifested by curva- 
ture of the shafts of the long bones, and enlargement of their 
cancellous extremities. 

21. Cretinism. Cretismus. 

A condition of imperfect development and deformity of the whole 
body, especially of the head, occurring in the valleys of certain 
mountainous districts, and attended by feebleness or absence of 
the mental faculties and special senses, and often associated with 
gSitre. 

22. Melanosis. Melanosis. 

A morbid state of system, in which there is a disposition to the de- 
posit of a peculiar black matter. 

23. Carcinoma. Carcinoma. 

A morbid state of system in which there is a disposition to a certain 
malignant growth, denominated carcinoma. 

24. Zymosis. Zymosis. 

A morbid state of system, in which there is supposed to be a 
fermentative process going on in the blood, or which is believed 
to result from the action on the system of substances undergoing 
a species of fermentation. 



GENERAL DISEASES. 8 

25. Parasitic disease. Morbus parasiticus. 

Disease arising from the presence in the system of parasites of vege- 
table or animal origin. 



GENEEAL DISEASES. 
MOBBI COBB OBIS UNIVBB8L 

26. Intermittent fever. Febris intermittens. 8yn. Fever and ague. 

27. Pernicious intermittent fever. Febris intermittens pemiciosa. 

A malignant form of intermittent fever. 

28. Kemittent fever. Febris remittens. 

A malarial fever of indefinite duration, characterized by regularly 
returning exacerbations. 

29. Pernicious remittent fever. Febris remittens pemiciosa. 

A malignant form of remittent fever. 

30. Yellow fever. Febris flava. 

An epidemic continued fever, characterized by yellowness of the 
skin, and accompanied in severe cases by hemorrhage from the 
stomach (usually in the form of black vomit] and from other parts. 

31. Febricula. Febricula. 

Simple fever of not more than three or four days' duration. 

32. Simple continued fever. Febris continua simplex. 

Continued fever having no specific character, of more than four 
days' duration. 

33. Kelapsing fever. Febris recidiva. 

A continued fever, characterized by an abrupt relapse, after an 
intermission of about a week. 

34. Enteric fever. Febris enterica. 8yn. Typhoid fever; Enteric 

typhus ; Abdominal typhus. 

A continued fever, characterized by the presence of rose-colored 
spots, chiefly on the abdomen, and a tendency to diarrhoea, with 
specific lesions of the small intestines and mesenteric glands. 

35. Typhus fever. Typhus. 

A continued fever, characterized by prostration, and a general 
dusky, mottled rash, without specific lesion of the bowels. 

36. Cerebro-spinal fever. Febris cerebro-spinalis. 5t/n. Epidemic cere- 

bro-spinal meningitis; Epidemic meningitis; Spotted 
fever. 

A malignant epidemic fever, often attended by painful contraction 
of the muscles of the neck and retraction of the head, and fre- 
quently accompanied by a profuse purpuric eruption. Lesions 
of the brain and spinal cord and their membranes are generally 
found on dissection. 



4 NOMENCLATURE OF DISEASES. 

3*r. Plague. Pestis. 

A specific fever, attended with bnbo of the iDgninal or other glands, 
and occasionally with carbuncles. 

38. Smallpox. Variola. 

a. Distinct smallpox. Yariola discreta. Syn, Discrete. 
All the pnstales separate. 

h. Confluent smallpox. Yariola confluens. 

Pustules running together over the greater part of the body. 

c. Modified smallpox. Variola modificata. Syn. Varioloid. 

With pustules modified in their development by previous vaccina- 
tion, smallpox, or other cause. 

39. Vaccine. Vaccinia. Syn, Cowpox. 

40. Chickenpox. Varicella. 

41. Measles. Morbilli. 

42. German measles. Rubeola Germanica. Syn. Kotheln. 

Distinguished from measles by the somewhat earlier appearance of 
the eruption, its lighter red color, its more regular outline, and 
by not protecting against the occurrence of measles. 

43. Scarlet fever. Scarlatina, 
a. Simple. Simplex. 

h. Anginose. Anginosa. 

A form of the disease with redness, swelling, and ulceration of the 
throat. 

c. Malignant. Maligna. 

A malignant form of the disease, in which the rash is either absent 
or but partially developed, and when developed is of a purplish 
hue. 

44. Erysipelas. Erysipelas. 

A specific fever, accompanied by an inflammation of the integument 
tending to spread, and characterized by an irregularly defined 
margin. 

o. Phlegmonous erysipelas. Erysipelas phlegm onodes. 

5. Erratic erysipelas. Erj'^sipelas erraticum. 

Very superficial and tending to spread indefinitely. 

45. Dengue. Denguis. Syn. Break-bone fever. 

An ephemeral fever, with frontal headache and severe pains in the 
limbs and trunk, and in some cases an eruption resembling that 
of measles. 

46. Diphtheria. Diphtheria. 

A specific febrile disease, with pseudo-membranous exudation on a 
mucous surface (generally of the mouth, fauces, and air -passages), 
or occasionally on a wound. 

47. Influenza. Catarrhus epidemicus. 



GENERAL DISEASES. 5 

48. Glanders. Equinia. 

An inflammatory affection of the nasal mncous membrane, produced 
by contagious matter from a glandered horse. 

49. Farcy. Farciminiim. 

An inflammatory affection of the skin and of the absorbent system, 
produced by contagious matter from a horse having farcy. 

50. Grease. Equinia mitis. 

A pustular eruption, produced by contagious matter from a horse 
affected with the grease. 

61. Puerperal fever. Febris puerperalis. 

A continued fever, communicable by contagion, occurring in con- 
nection with child-birth. 

52. Rheumatism. Rheumatism us. 

a. Acute rheumatism. Rheumatism us acutus. 5i/n. Rheumatic 
fever. 

A febrile disorder, characterized by non-suppurative inflammation 
of the fibrous tissues of the joints. 

h. Subacute rheumatism. Rheumatismus subacutus. 

c. Muscular rheumatism. Rheumatismus muscularis. 

Lumbago. Lumbago. 
Stiff neck. Torticollis. 
Pleurodynia. Pleurodynia. 

d. Gonorrhoeal rheumatism. Rheumatismus gonorrhoicus. 

An analogous affection associated with gonorrhcea. 

e. Chronic rheumatism. Rheumatismus chronicus. 

53. Gout. Podagra. 

a. Acute gout. Podagra acuta. 

A specific febrile disorder, characterized by non-suppurative inflam- 
mation, affecting especially the smaller joints, and generally ap- 
pearing first in the large joint of the great toe, and attended 
with excess of uric acid in the blood. 

&. Chronic gout. Podagra chronica. 

A persistent gout, with little or no fever, characterized by stiffness 
and swelling of various joints, with deposits of urate of soda. 

c. Nervous gout. Podagra nervosa. Syn. Irregular gout. 

54. Chronic osteo-arthritis. Osteo-arthritis chronica. Syn. Rheu- 

matic gout ; Rheumatoid arthritis. 

An affection characterized by pain and stiffness, with deformity of 
one or more of the joints from alteration of the bony structure. 

55. Syphilis. Syphilis. 

a. Primary syphilis. Syphilis primaria. 

Syphilis while limited to the part inoculated and the lymphatic 
glands connected with it. 



6 NOMENCLATURE OF DISEASES. 

h. Secondary syphilis. Syphilis secundaria. 
Syphilis when it has affected the system. 

c. Hereditary syphilis. Sj'philis hereditaria. 

Constitutional syphilis of the child, derived during foetal life from 
one of the parents. 

56. Diabetes. Diabetes. Syn. Diabetes mellitus. 

51, Beri-beri. Beriberia. 

58. Cancer. Carcinoma. 

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A malignant disease, characterized by a growth which tends to 
spread indefinitely into the surrounding structures and in the 
course of the lymphatics of the part affected, and which is fre- 
quently developed in other parts of the body. 

a. Scirrhus. Scirrhus. Syn. Hard cancer. 

Cancer characterized by hardness of the primary tumor, and by a 
tendency to draw to itself the neighboring soft structures. When 
ulcerated, the sore is commonly deep, uneven, and bounded by a 
thick everted hard edge. 

6. Medullary cancer. Carcinoma medullosum. Syn. Soft cancer;' 
Encephaloid. 

Cancer characterized by a smoathly-lobed surface, soft, irregular 
consistence, great vascularity, and usually rapid growth and re- 
production. When ulcerated it protrudes in large masses, which 
bleed copiously. 

Fungus haematodes. 

A form of medullary cancer, characterized by interstitial hemor- 
rhage. 

c. Epithelial cancer. Epithelioma. Syn. Cancroid. 

Cancer characterized by its frequent occurrence in parts supplied 
with epithelium, and by the resemblance of its cells to those of 
epithelium. 

d. Osteoid cancer. Carcinoma osteoides. 

Cancer usually occurring in bones, containing a large proportion of 
bone, and followed by similar or by ordinary encephaloid growths 
in the glands and viscera. 

e. Colloid cancer. Carcinoma collodes. Syn, Alveolar cancer. 

A cancerous growth, a great part of which is formed of transparent 
or gelatinoid substance. 



NON-MALIGNANT TUMORS AND CYSTS. 
TUMOBES NON MALIGNI. CYSTES NON MALIGNA. 

Note. — In reporting cases of non-malignant tumor, the organ or region in which the 

growth occurs should be specified. 

59. Fibrous tumor. Tumor fibrosus. Syn, Fibroma. 

A growth, which in its structure resembles fibrous tissue, and which 
is circumscribed, or, in other words, does not invade surrounding 
structures. 



NON-MALIGNANT TUMORS AND CYSTS. 7 

a. Fibro-cystic tumor. Tumor fibro-cysticus. 

A fibrous tumor containlDg cysts. 

b. Fibro-calcareous tumor. Tumor fibro-calcareus. 

A fibrous tumor containing earthy matter. 

c. Fibro-muscular tumor. Tumor fibro-musculosus. iSyn. Myoma. 

A fibrous tumor containing involuntary muscle, as in the uterine 
fibroid. 

d. Pibro-fatty tumor. Tumor fibro-adiposus. 

A fibrous tumor containing fat. 

e. Neuroma. Neuroma. 

A fibrous tumor developed on or between the fibres of a nerve. 

/. Painful subcutaneous tumor or tubercle. Tumor subcuta- 
neus dolens. 
A painful fibrous tumor in the subcutaneous tissue. 

60. Pibro-cellular tumor. Tumor fibro-cellulosus. 

A growth which in its structure resembles areolar or connective 
tissue. 

Note, — When the fibro-cellular tumor occurs as a pendulous out- 
growth from a mucous surface, it constitutes a common variety 
of Polypus. 

61. Sarcoma. Sarcoma. 

Consisting chiefly of cells, and resembling embryonic connective 
tissue. 

62. Myxoma. Myxoma. 

Resembling the mucous tissue of the umbilical cord. 

63. Glioma. Glioma. 

Containing numerous small round cells, and originating in the neu- 
roglia of the brain, auditory nerve, or retina. 

64. Fibro-nucleated tumor. Tumor fibro-nucleosus. 

A tumor composed of fibrous tissue mixed with elongated nuclei. 

65. Fibro-plastic tumor. Tumor fibro-plasticus. 

A tumor composed chiefly of fusiform or spindle-shaped cells. 

Note. — The fibro-nucleated and fibro-plastic tumors are also called 
Spindle-celled sarcoma; and, when recurring after repeated re^ 
moval, Becurrent fibroid, Sarcoma fusocellulare. Tumor fibro- 
sus recurrens. 

66. Myeloid tumor. Tumor myelodes. Syn. Colossal-celled or giant- 

celled sarcoma. 

A tumor occurring usually in connection with bone, and containing 
a large proportion of many-nucleated cells like those found in 
foetal marrow. 

6Y. Patty tumor. Tumor adiposus. Syn. Lipoma. 



8 NOMENCLATURE OP DISEASES. 

68. Osseous tumor, or bony tumor. Tumor osseus. 

a. Osseous tumor of bone. Tumor osseus ossis. 5t/n. Exostosis. 

Ivory-like. Eberneus. 

Cancellated. Cancellatus. 

Diffused. Diffusus. Syn. Osteoma. 

6. Osseous tumor of the soft parts. Tumor osseus partium 
moUium. 

69. Cartilaginous tumor. Tumor cartilaginosus. 5vn. Enehondroma. 

a. Fibro-cartilaginous tumor. Tumor fibro-cartilaginosus. 

to. Glandular tumor. Tumor glandulosus. Sj/^. Adenoma; Adenoid 
tumor; Adenocele. 

A tumor growing in or near a gland, and more or less perfectly re- 
sembling it in structure. 

a. Lymphoid tumor. Lymphoma. 

Composed of corpuscles resembling the cell-elements of lymphatic 
glands. 

11, Vascular or erectile tumor. Tumor vasculosus. Syn, Angeioma,. 

a. Aneurism by anastomosis, or Racemose aneurism. Aneurysma 

racemosum. 

b. Nsevus. Nsevus. 

c. Lymphatic vascular tumor. Tumor lymphaticus vasculosus. 

12, MoUuscuHK Molluscum. 

IS, Warty tumor and warts. Tumor verrucosus et verrucse. 

1i. Condyloma. Condyloma. 

•75. Keloid or Cheloid. Tumor cheloides. 

•76. Villous tumor. Tumor villosus. iSyn. Papillary tumor ; Papil- 
loma. 

11. Polypus. Pol^^pus. 

• A pedunculated tumor growing from a mucous surface. 

78. Simple or barren cysts. Cystes simplices sive infoecundne. 
o. Serous cyst. Cystis serosa. 

b. Synovial cyst. Cystis synovialis. Syn. Bursal cyst. 

c. Mucous cj^st. Cystis mucosa. 

d. Suppurating cyst. Cystis suppurans. 
€, Sanguineous cyst. Cystis sanguinea. 

/. Hemorrhagic cyst. Cystis hasmorrhagica. 
g. Aneurismal cyst. Cystis aneurysmica. 
h. Oily cyst. Cystis oleosa. 



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LOCAL DISEASES. 9 

i. Colloid or gelatinous cyst. Gystis collodes sive glutinosa. 
k. Seminal cyst. Cjstis seminalia. 
19. Compound or proliferous cj'stB. Cystescompoaitcesire fcecundffi. 

a. Complex cystic tumor. Tumor cysticua multiplex. 

Complex cystigerous cyst. Cystis cystigera multiplex. 
With vascular intracystic growths. Intus innascente 
mater iS morbida vasculosa. 

b. Cutaneous proliferous cyst. Cystia cutigera. 

Sebaceous tumor or cyst. Tumor sebaceus stve cystia 

sebacea. 
Cholesteatoma. Cholesteatoma. 
Pitiferous or dermoid cyst. Cystis pilosa sive dermatodes. 

c. Dentigeroue cyst. Cystis deutigera. 



LOCAL DISEASES. 
MOEBI PABTIUM 8INGULABUM. 

ARRANGEMENT OF LOCAL DISEASES. 
ORBO MOBBORVM. 

DISEASES OF THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM. 
MOBBI APPARATUS DIGESTWNIS. 

DISEASES OP THE MODTH. 
MORBI ORIS. 

80. Harelip. Labrnm leporinum. 

81. Stomatitis. Stomatitis. Syn. InQammatiou of the mouth. 

82. Ulcerative stomatitis. Stomatitis exulcerans. 

83. Yesicular stomatitis. Stomatitis vesiculosa. Syn. Aphthee. 

84. Gangrenous stomntit is. Stomatitis gangrenosa. S^n. Cancrum 

oris ; Qangrtena oris. 

85. Diphtheric stomatitis. Stomatitis diplithcrica. 

86. Thrash. Stomatitis parasitica. Syn. Muguet. 

An exudation dependent upon or connected witii apiiiTi^in.. zt'-'t:' 



ST. Mercurial stomatitis. Stomatitis mercurialis. 
mercurialis. 

* Oidinm albEoau3. (Liuk.) 



■d 



10 NOMENCLATURE OP DISEASES. 

88. Stomatorrhoea. Stomatorrhcea. 

Excessive flow of liquid from the mouth. 

89. Hemorrhage of the mouth. Stomatorrhagia. 

90. Eauula. Ranula. 

DISEASES OF THE GUMS. 
MORBI OINOIYAB UM, 

91. Gingivitis. Gingivitis. Syn. Inflammation of the gums. 

92. Atrophy. Atrophia. 

93. Gumboil. Abscessus gingivarum. 

94. Epulis. Epulis. 

DISEASES OP THE JAWS. 
MOBBI MAXILLAB UM, 

95. Adhesions of the jaws. Maxillarum adhaesus. 

96. Abscess of the antrum. Abscessus antri. 

9Y. Cyst of the antrum. Cystis antri. Syn. Dropsy of the antrum. 

98. Tumor of the antrum. Tumor antri. 

99. Alveolitis. Alveolitis. Syn. Inflammation of the alveoli. 

100. Alveolar abscess. Abscessus alveolaris. 

101. Necrosis of the alveoli. Necrosis alveolorum. 

102. Caries of the alveoli. Caries alveolorum. 

103. Exostosis of the alveoli. Exostosis alveolorum. 

104. Dentigerous cyst of the alveoli. Cystis dentigera alveolorum. 

105. Atrophy of the alveoli. Atrophia alveolorum. 

106. Rheumatism of the jaws. Rheumatismus maxillarum. 

lOY. Phosphoric inflammation and necrosis of the jaw. Inflammatio 
et necrosis maxillae ex phosphoro. 

AFFECTIONS OF THE TEETH. 
MOBBI DENTIUM. 

108. Teething. Dentitio. 

109. Irreofular dentition. Dentitio inordinata. 

Note. — Under irregularities are included time of appearance, posi- 
tion, number, form, and development of temporary and permanent 
teeth. 



I 

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DISEASES OF THE FAUCES AND PALATE. 11 

110. Caries. Caries. 

111. Necrosis. Necrosis. 

112. Exostosis. Exostosis. 

113. Atrophy. Atrophia. 

114. Inflammation of the dental pulp. Inflammatio medullse dentium. 

115. Inflammation of the dental periosteum. Inflammatio periostei 

dentium. 

116. Chronic thickening. Crassitudo chronica. 

117. Rheumatic inflammation. Inflammatio rheumatica. 

DISEASES OF THE TONGUE. 
MOBBI LINO UJS, 

118. Glossitis. Glossitis. 

Inflammation of the substance of the tongue. 

119. Ulcer of the tongue. Ulcus linguae. 

120. Tongue-tie. Lingua frsenata. 

121. Hypertrophy. Hypertrophia. 

DISEASES OF THE FAUCES AND PALATE. 
MOBBI FA UCIUM ET PAL ATI 

122. Angina. Angina. Syn. Sore throat. 

Inflammation of the mucous membrane of the fauces. 

123. Elongated uvula. Uvula elongata. 

124. Perforation of the palate. Palatum perforatum. 

125. Cleft palate. Palatum fissum. 

126. Tonsillitis. Tonsillitis. Syn. Inflammation of the tonsils. 

121. Suppurative tonsillitis. Tonsillitis suppurans. Syn. Quinsy; 
Cynanche tonsillaris. 

128. Enlarged tonsils. Tonsillse amplificatae. 

129. Ulcerated throat. Angina ulcerosa. Syn. Ulcerated sore throat. 

130. Malignant sore throat. Angina malijgna. Syn. Putrid sore 

throat ; Cynanche maligna. 

131. Diphtheric angina. ' Angina diphtherica. 



12 NOMENCLATURE OF DISEASES. 

DISEASES OF THE PHARYNX. 
MORBl PHARTNQia. 

132. Pharyngitis. Pharyngitis. 

133. Abscess of the pharynx. Abseessus pharyngis. 

134. Ulcerative pharyngitis. Pharyngitis ulcerosa. 

135. Malignant pharyngitis. Pharyngitis maligna. 8yn» Pharyn- 

gitis gangrenosa. 

DISEASES OF THE (ESOPHAGUS. 
MORBI (EaOPHAQL 

136. (Esophagitis. (Esophagitis. 

13'7. Stricture of the oesophagus. Strict ura oesophagi. 

138. Difl3culty of swallowing. Dysphagia. 

DISEASES OF THE STOMACH. 
MORBI VENTRICULL 

139. Gastritis. Gastritis. 

Inflammation of the mucous membrane of the stomach. 

140. Chronic ulcer of the stomach. Ulcus chronicum yentriculi. 

141. Hemorrhage of the stomach. Haemorrhagia gastrica. 

142. Perforation of the stomach. Yentriculus perforatus. 

143. Dilatation of the stomach. Yentriculi dilatatio. 

144. Cancer of the stomach. Carcinoma ventriculi 

145. Stricture of the cardia. Strictura cardise. 

146. Stricture of the pylorus. Strictura pylori. 

147. Gastric fistula. Fistula ventriculi. 

148. Hernia of the stomach. Hernia ventriculi. 8yn. Gastrocele. 

149. Indigestion. Dyspepsia. 

150. Gastralgia. Gastralgia. Syn. Gastrodynia. 

Neuralgic pain of the stomach. 

151. Spasm of the stomach. Spasmus ventriculi. 

152. Pyrosis. Pyrosis. Syn, Water-brash. 

153. Heartburn. Cardialgia. 

Burning pain in the region of the stomach, without inflammation. 

154. Vomiting. Vomitio. 

155. Vomiting of blood. Hsematemesis. 



DISEASES OF THE INTESTINES. 13 

DISEASES OF THE INTESTINES. 
MORBI INTE8TIN0B UM. 

156. Duodenitis. Duodenitis. ^Si/n. Inflammation of the duodenum. 

15Y. Enteritis. Enteritis. 

Inflammatioii of the mucous memhrane of the small intestines. 

168. Typhlitis. Typhlitis. 

Inflammation of the caecum, or appendix vermiformis. 

169. Dysentery. Dysenteria. 

160. Diarrhoea. Diarrhoea. 

161. Cholera morbus. Cholera morbus. 

Bilious vomiting and purging. 

162. Epidemic cholera. Cholera epidemica. jSi/n. Asiatic cholera ; 

Malignant cholera. 

An epidemic disease, characterized by vomiting and purging of a 
liquid resembliog rice-water. 

163. Cholera infantum. Cholera infantum. Syn. Summer complaint. 

Cholera in children, dependent upon irritation or inflammation of 
the mucous follicles. 

164. Ulceration of the intestines. Exulce ratio intestinorum. 

166. Perforation of the intestine. Intestinum perforatum. 

166. Fecal abscess. Abscessus stercorosus. 

16T. Fistula. Fistula. 

A fistulous opening of the intestine. 

a. Fecal fistula. Fistula stercorosa. Syn. Artificial anus. 

168. Vesico-intestinal fistula. Fistula vesico-intestinalis. 

169. Hemorrhage of the intestines. Hsemorrhagia intestinorum. 

170. Melsena. Melsena. 

111. Obstruction. Obstructio. 

a. From substances in the bowels. E contentis intestinorum. 
6. From tumor. Ex tumore. 

c. From stricture. E stricture 

d. From intussusception. Ex intussusceptione. 
c. From twisting of the intestines. E volvulo. 

/. From internal strangulation. E strangulatione internfi. 
Mesenteric. Mesenterii. 
Mesocolic. Mesocolii. 
By a band or adhesions. Ex habenulU sive adhaesibus. 



14 NOMENCLATURE OP DISEASES. 

It 2. Hernia. Hernia. 

a. Reducible. Reponendi patiens. 

h. Irreducible. Reponendi non patiens. 

c. Obstructed. Obstructa. 8yn. Incarcerated. 

d. Inflamed. Inflammata. 

e. Strangulated. Strangulata. 

Diaphragmatic. Diaphragmatica. 

Epigastric. Epigastrica. 

Ventral. Yentralis. 

Umbilical. Umbilicaris. 

Lumbar. Lumbaris. 

Inguinal. Inguinalis. 

Scrotal. Scrotalis. 

Femoral. Femoralis. Syn. Crural. 

Obturator. Obturatoria. 

Perineal. Perinealis. 

Pudendal. Pudendalis. 

Vaginal. Vaginalis. 

Ischiatic. Ischiadica. 
113. Cancer. Carcinoma. 
174. Intestinal Worms. Vermes intestinales. 
176. Colic. Colica. 

a. Flatulent colic. Colica e flatil. 

h. Bilious colic. Colica biliosa. 

Colic with disordered action of the liver. 

c. Lead colic. Colica ex pi umbo. jSt/n. Colica Pictonum; Paint- 
er's colic. 

1Y6. Constipation. Alvi astrictio. 

ITY. Ulceration of the rectum. Exulceratio recti. 

178. Ulceration of the anus. Exulceratio ani. 

179. Abscess of the rectum. Abscessus recti. 

180. Fistula in ano. Fistula in ano. 

181. Recto-vesical fistula. Fistula recto-vesicalis. 

182. Recto-urethral fistula. Fistula recto-urethralis. 

183. Recto-vaginal fistula. Fistula recto-vaginalis. 



DISEASES OF THE ABSORBENT SYSTEM. 15 

184. Hemorrhoids. Hsemorrhoides. Syn. Piles. 

185. Hemorrhage from the rectum. Hsemorrhagia e recto. 

186. Fissure of the anus. Fissura ani. Syn. Painful ulcer of the 

anus. ' 

187. Prolapsus ani. Prolapsus ani. 

188. Stricture of the rectum. Strictura recti. 

189. Warts of the anus. Yerrucae ani. Syn. Condyloma. 

190. Cancer of the rectum. Carcinoma recti. 

Cancer involyiDg the rectum or anus, or both. 

191. Neuralgia of the rectum and anus. Neuralgia ani et recti. 

192. Spasm of the anus. Spasmus ani. 

193. Itching of the anus. Pruritus ani. 

DISEASES OF THE PERITONEUM. 
MOBBI PEBITONJSJL 

194. Peritonitis. Peritonitis. 

a. Chronic peritonitis. Peritonitis chronica. 

6. Tubercular peritonitis. Peritonitis tuberculosa. 

c. From perforation. £x perforatione. 

195. Ascites. Ascites. Syn. Dropsy of the peritoneum. 



DISEASES OF THE ABSORBENT SYSTEM. 
MORBI APPARATUS ABSORPTIONIS. 



DISEASES OF LYMPHATICS AND LYMPHATIC GLANDS. 

MOBBI VA80BUM LTMPHIFERORUM ET QLANBULARUM 

LTMPHALIUM. 

196. Inflammation of the lymphatics. Angeioleucitis. 

« 

191". Inflammation of the glands. Adenitis. 

a. Syphilitic bubo. Inguen syphiliticum. Syn. Multiple indu- 
rated bubo. 

6. Chancroidal bubo. Inguen virulentum. Syn. Virulent bubo. 

198. Hypertrophy of the glands. Hypertrophia glandularum. 

199. Atrophy of the glands. Atrophia glandularum 

200. Lymphatic fistula. Fistula lymphalis. 



16 NOMENCLATURE OF DISEASES. 

201. Obstruction of the thoracic duct. Ductus thoracis obstructio. 

202. Obstruction, obliteration, and varicosity of lymphatics. Yaso- 

rum lymphiferorum obstructio, obliteratio, et varicositas. 

203. Bursting of lymphatics. Vasorum lymphiferorum ruptio. 

DISEASES OF MESENTERIC GLANDS. 
MOBBI QLANDULABUM ME8ENTEBII* 



DISEASES OF THE CIRCULATORY SYSTEM. 
MOBBI SANGUINIS APPABATUS. 



DISEASES OF THE HEART. 
MORBI CORDIS, 

DISEASES OF THE PERICARDIUM. 
MOBBI PEBICABDIL 

204. Pericarditis. Pericarditis. 

205. Adhesion of the pericardium. Pericardii adhaesio. 

206. Dropsy of the pericardium. Hydrops pericardii. 

DISEASES OF THE ENDOCARDIUM. 
MOBBI END CABDIL 

207. Endocarditis. Endocarditis. 

208. Valve-disease. Morbi valvarum. 

a. Aortic. Aorticarum. 

b. Mitral. Mitralium. 

c. Pulmonic. Pulmonalium. 

d. Tricuspid. Tricuspidum. 

Varieties. 
Vegetations. Excrescentia. 

Fibroid thickening. Crassitude fibrosa. 

Fatty degeneration. Degeneratio adiposa. Syn. Atheroma. 

Calcareous degeneration. Degeneratio calcarea. Syn, 
Ossification. 

Aneurism. Aneurj^sma. 

Laceration. Laceratio. 

* See Diseases of the Blood-making Glands. 



DISEASES OF THE BLOODVESSELS. 17 

Simple dilatation of orifice. Dilatatio simplex ostiorum. 
Malformations. Deformitates congenitae. 

209. Fibrinous concretions of the heart. Coagula cordis fibrinosa. 

8yn. Heart-clot. 

DISEASES OF THE MUSCULAR STRUCTURE OP THE HEART. 

MOBBI MUSCULORUM C0BD18, 

210. Myocarditis. Myocarditis. 

211. Abscess. Abscessus. 

212. Hypertrophy. Hypertrophia. 
a. Of lefb side. Lateris sinistri. 
6. Of right side. Lateris dextri. 

213. Dilatation. Dilatatio. 

a. Of left side. Lateris sinistri. 
6. Of right side. Lateris dextri. 

214. Atrophy. Atrophia. 

216. Fatty heart. Cordis pinguitudo. 

216. Fatty degeneration of the heart. Degeneratio cordis adiposa. 

211. Fibroid degeneration of the heart. Degeneratio cordis fibrosa. 

218. Aneurism. Aneurysma. 

219. Rupture of the heart. Diruptio cordis. 

220. Disease of the coronary arteries. Morbus arteriarum coronarium. 

221. Malformations. Deformitates congenitse. 

222. Angina pectoris. Angina pectoris. 

223. Syncope. Syncope. 

224. Palpitation and irregularity of the action of the heart. Palpi- 

tatio et tumultus cordis. 

DISEASES OF THE BLOODVESSELS. 

MORBI VASOR UM SANG UIFEROR UM. 

Note. — The vessel affected should in all cases be specified, 

DISEASES OF THE ARTERIES. 
MORBI ARTERIAR UM, 

225. Arteritis. Arteritis. 

226. Fatty degeneration of the arteries. Degeneratio adiposa arte- 

riarum. Syn. Atheroma. 

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18 NOMENCLATURE OF DISEASES. 

227. Calcareous degeneration. Degeneratio calcarea. Syn. Ossifi- 

cation. 

228. Narrowing and obliteration of an artery. Arteries coarctatio et 

obliteratio. 

229. Occlusion of an artery. Arteries occlusio. 

a. From compression. Ex compressione. 

b. From impaction of coagula. Ex impactis coagulis. 

Thrombosis. Thrombosis. 
Local coagulation. 

Embolism. Embolismus. 
Coagula conveyed from a distance. 

230. Dilatation of an artery. Dilatatio arteries. 

231. Aneurism. Aneurysma. 
a. Fusiform. Fusiforme. 
6. Saccular. Sacculatum. 

c. Diffused. DifTusum. 

Sac formed by the surrounding tissues. 

232. Rupture of an artery. Diruptio arteries. 

a. From disease of the artery. Ex arteries vitio. 

b. From disease external to the artery. Ex morbo extraneo. 

233. Dissecting aneurism. Aneurysma dissecans. 

234. Traumatic aneurism. Aneurysma ex vulnere. 

235. Arterio-venous aneurism. Aneurysma arterio yenosum. 

236. Aneurismal varix. Yarix aneurysmicus. 

a. Traumatic. Ex vulnere. 

b. Spontaneous. Spontaneus. 

237. Yaricose aneurism. Aneurysma varicosum. 

a. Traumatic. Ex vulnere. 

b. Spontaneous. Spontaneum. 

238. Cirsoid aneurism. Aneurysma cirsoides. Syn. Arterial varix. 

239. Aneurism by anastomosis. Aneurysma ex anastomosi. 

240. Malformations. Deformitates congenites. 

241. Cyanosis. Cyanosis. 

242. Contraction or obliteration of the commencement of the de- 

scending aorta. Coarctatio vel occlusio capitis aortee de- 
scendehtis. 



DISEASES OF THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM. 19 

DISEASES OF THE VEINS. 
MORBI YENABUM. 

243. Phlebitis. Phlebitis. Syn. Inflammation of the veins. 

244. Phlegmasia dolens. Phlegmasia dolens. Syn, Milk-leg. 

245. Fibrinous concretions in the veins. Coagula venarum fibrinosa. 

246. Obstruction of the veins. Obstructio venarum. 
241. Obliteration of the veins. Obliteratio venarum. 

248. Phlebolites. Phlebolithi. 

249. Varicose veins. Varices. 

250. Vascular nsevus. Nsevus vasculosus. 

251. Parasitic disease. Morbus parasiticus. 



DISEASES OF THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM. 
MORBI APPARATUS RESPIBATIONIS. 

252. Catarrh. Catarrhus. 

253. Summer catarrh. Catarrhus sestivus. Syn* Hay asthma. 

Periodical catarrh, occarring in certain individuals annually, usually 
in the summer season. 

254. Influenza. Catarrhus epidemicus. 

255. Whooping-cough. Pertussis. 

DISEASE OF THE NOSTRILS. 
MORBUS NARIUM, 

255a. Coryza. Coryza. Syn, Nasal catarrh. 

DISEASES OP THE LARYNX. 
MORBI LARTNQia. 

256. Epiglottitis. Epiglottitis. 

25Y. Ulcer of the epiglottis. Ulcus epiglottidis. 

258. Laryngeal catarrh. Catarrhus laryngis. 

259. Laryngitis. Laryngitis, 
a. Acute. Acuta. 

6. Chronic. Chronica. 

260. Catarrhal croup. Laryngitis spasmodica. 

261. Pseudo-membranous croup. < Laryngitis pseudo-membranacea. 



20 NOMENCLATURE OF DISEASES. 

262. Larjmgeal ulcer. Ulcus laryngis. 

263. Laryngeal abscess. Abscessus laryngis. 

264. (Edema of the glottis. (Edema glottidis. 

265. Necrosis of the cartilages. Necrosis cartilaginum. 

266. Stricture of the larynx. Strict ura laryngis. 

26T. Tuber. Tuber. Syn. Warty growth; Tuber verrucosum. 

268. Polypus. Polypus. 

269. Cyst of the larynx. Cystis laryngis. 

270. Malformations. Deformitates congenitae. 
2T1. Aphonia. Aphonia. 

272. Paralysis of the glottis. Paralysis glottidis. 

273. Spasm of the glottis. Spasmus glottidis. 

2T4. Laryngismus stridulus. Laryngismus stridulus. Syn, Crow- 
ing disease of children. 

DISEASES OF THE TRACHEA AND BRONCHL 
MOBBI TRACHEA ET BBONGHIOBUM. 

215. Tracheitis. Tracheitis. 

« 

276. Necrosis of the tracheal cartilages. Necrosis cartilaginum 
tracheae. 

271. Bronchial catarrh. Catarrhus bronchialis. 

278. Bronchitis. Bronchitis. 
a. Acute. Acuta. 

6. Chronic. Chronica. 

c. Capillary. Capillaris. 

279. Bronchial ulcer. Ulcus bronchialis. • 

280. Dilatation. Dilatatio. 

281. Stricture. Strictura. 

282. Tumors. Tumores. 

283. Parasitic disease. Morbus parasiticus. 

284. Malformations. Deformitates congenitae. 

285. Asthma. Asthma. 



DISEASES OF THE LUNG. 21 

DISEASES OF THE LUNG. 
MOBBI PULMONIS. 

286. Pneumonia. Pneumonia, 
a. Acute. Acuta. 
6. Chronic. Chronica. 

28T. Abscess of the lung. Abscessus pulmonis. 

288. Gangrene of the lung. Gangrsena pulmonis. 

289. Active congestion. Congestio activa. 

290. Passive congestion. Congestio passiva. 

291. Pulmonary apoplexy. Apoplexia pulmonalis. 

292. Haemoptysis. Haemoptysis. 

293. (Edema of the lung. (Edema pulmonis. 

294. Cirrhosis of the lung. Cirrhosis pulmonis. 

295. Emphysema of the lung. Emphysema pulmonis, 
a. Vesicular. Yesiculare. * 
h. Interlobular. Interlobulare. 

296. Atelectasis. Atelectasis. 

Imperfect expansion of the lung, in a new-bom child. 

29T. Collapse of the lung. Collapsus pulmonis. 

298. Acute pneumonic phthisis. Phthisis pneumonica acuta. 

299. Chronic pneumonic phthisis. Phthisis pneumonica chronica. 

300. Acute tuberculous phthisis. Phthisis tuberculosa acuta. 

301. Chronic tuberculous phthisis. Phthisis tuberculosa chronica. 

302. Millstone-makers' phthisis. Phthisis fabrum molariorum. 

303. Grinders' asthma. Asthma cultrariorum. 

304. Miners' asthma. Asthma metallariorum. 

305. Parasitic disease. Morbus parasiticus. 

306. Malformations. Deformitates congenitae. 

DISEASES OP THE PLEURA. 
MOBBI PLEUBJE. 

30T. Pleurisy. Pleuritis. 

308. Chronic pleurisy. Pleuritis chronica. 

309. Tuberculous pleurisy. Pleuritis tuberculosa. 

310. Empyema. Empyema. 



22 NOMENCLATURE OF DISEASES. 

311. Hydrothorax. Hydro thorax. 

Dropsy of the pleura. 

312. Pneumothorax. Pneumothorax. 

313. Tumors. Tumores. 

DISEASES OF THE MEDIASTINUM. 
MOBBI MEDIA8TINL 

314. Abscess of the mediastinum. Abscessus mediastini. 

315. Tumors. Tumores. 

DISEASES OF THE BRONCHIAL GLANDS. 
MOBBI QLAND ULAB UM BBONCHIALIUM, 

316. Inflammation of the bronchial gland. Inflammatio glandularum 

bronchialium. 

317. Abscess. Abscessus. 

318. Enlargement. Amplificatio. 

319. Cancer. Carcinoma. 

320. Tubercle. Tubercula. 

321. Anthrakosis. Anthrakosis. Syn. Carbonaceous deposit. 



DISEASES OF THE SECRETORY SYSTEM. 
MOBBI APPABATUS 8ECBETI0NIS. 



DISEASES OP THE LACHRYMAL GLAND.* 
MOBBI QLAND ULj^ LACHBTMALia. 

DISEASES OF THE PAROTID GLAND. 
MOBBI QLANDULJE PAB0TIDI8, 

322. Parotitis. Parotitis. Syn, Parotid bubo. 

323. Mumps. Cynanche parotidea. Syn, Contagious parotitis. 

324. Abscess of the parotid gland. Abscessus parotidis. 

325. Salivary fistula. Fistula salivosa. 

DISEASES OF THE SUBMAXILLARY GLAND. 
MOBBI GLANDULuE SUBMAXIL LABIS, 

326. Inflammation of the submaxillary gland. Inflammatio glandulae 

submaxillaris. 

32T. Abscess of the submaxillary gland. Abscessus glandulae sub- 
maxillaris. 

* See Diseases of the Eye. 



DISEASES OF THE LIVER. 23 

DISEASES OF THE SUBLINGUAL GLAND. 
MOBBI GLAND ULJE SUBLINGUALIS. 

328. Inflammation of the sublingual gland. Inflammatio glandulsB 

sublingualis. 

329. Abscess of the sublingual gland. Abscessus glandulae sub- 

lingualis. 

330. Salivary calculus. Calculus salivosus. 

DISEASES OF THE PANCREAS. 
MOBBI PANGBEATI8. 

331. Pancreatitis. Pancreatitis. 

332. Abscess of the pancreas. Abscessus pancreatis. 

333. Calculus of the pancreas. Calculus pancreatis. 

334. Cancer of the pancreas. Carcinoma pancreatis. 

DISEASES OF THE LIVER. 
MOBBI HEP AT 18. 

335. Perihepatitis. Perihepatitis. 

Inflammation of the investing membrane of the liver. 

336. Hepatitis. Hepatitis. 

33T. Chronic hepatitis. Hepatitis chronica. 

338. Abscess of the liver. Abscessus hepatis. 

339. Acute atrophy of the liver. Atrophia acuta hepatis. 

340. Congestion of the liver. Congestio hepatis. 

341. Cirrhosis of the liver. Cirrhosis hepatis. 

342. Fatty liver. Hepar adiposum. 

343. Fatty degeneration of the liver. Degeneratio hepatis adiposa. 

344. Lardaceous degeneration of the liver. Degeneratio hepatis lar- 

dacea. Syn, Amyloid disease of the liver; Waxy liver. 

345. Fibroid disease of the liver. Morbus fibrosus hepatis. 

346. Cancer of the liver. Carcinoma hepatis. 
34T. Tumors of the liver. Tumores hepatis. 

348. Cyst of the liver. Cystis hepatis. 

349. Hydatid cyst of the liver. Cystis hydatica hepatis. 



24 NOMENCLATURE OF DISEASES. 

350. Malformations of the liver. Deformitates congenitse hepatis. 

351. Jaundice. Icterus. 

352. Obstruction of the portal vein. YensB portarum obstructio. 

DISEASES OF THE HEPATIC DUCTS. 
MOBBI BUGTUUM HEPATia. 

353. Inflammation of the hepatic ducts. Inflammatio ductuum he- 

patis. 

354. Perforation of the hepatic ducts. Ductus hepatis perforati. 

355. Biliary fistula. Fistula biliosa. 

356. Obstruction of the hepatic ducts. Obstructio ductuum hepatis. 
35T. Cancer of the hepatic ducts. Carcinoma ductuum hepatis. 

358. Biliary calculi. Calculi biliosi. 

359. Hepatic colic. Colica hepatica. 

Painfal passage of gall-stones through the dnct. 

DISEASES OF THE GALL-BLADDER. 
MOBBI yE8ICULJE FELLI8. 

360. Inflammation of the gall-bladder. Inflammatio vesiculse fellis. 

361. Perforation of the gall-bladder. Yesicula fellis perforata. 

362. Biliary fistula. Fistula biliosa. 

363. Biliary calculi. Calculi biliosi. 

364. Cancer of the gall-bladder. Carcinoma vesiculae fellis. 

DISEASES OF THE URINARY SYSTEM. 
MOBBI UBINJS APPABATU8. 

DISEASES OF THE KIDNEY. 
MOBBI BENUM. 

365. Nephritis. Nephritis. 

Inflammation of the substance of the kidneys. 

■ 

366. Pyelitis. Pyelitis. 

Inflammation of the pelvis of the kidney. 

36 T. Perinephritis. Perinephritis. 

Inflammation of the investing membrane. 



DISEASES OF THE BLADDER. 25 

368. Renal cachexia. Cachexia renalis. 8yn. Bright 's disease; 

Albuminuria. 

a. Acute desquamative nephritis. Nephritis desquamans acuta. 
Syn. Acute Bright's disease ; Acute albuminuria. 

h. Chronic desquamative nephritis. Nephritis desquamans chro- 
nica. Syn. Chronic Bright's disease. 

c. Granular kidney. Renes granulosi. Syn, Contracted granu- 

lar kidney ; Gouty kidney. 

d. Fatty degeneration of the kidney. Degeneratio adiposa renis. 

e. Lardaceous degeneration of the kidney. Degeneratio larda- 

cea renis. Syn.y^Bsj kidney; Amyloid disease. 

/. Fibroid degeneration of the kidney. Degeneratio fibrosa 
renis. 

369. Hydronephrosis. Hydronephrosis. Si/n. Dropsy of the kidney. 

A dilatation of the pelvis and glandular substance of the kidney 
into one or more cysts, by retained secretion. 

3t0. Hypertrophy of the kidney. Hypertrophia renis. 

3T1. Atrophy of the kidney. Atrophia renis. 

3T2. Cancer of the kidney. Carcinoipa renis. 

3T3. Cyst of the kidney. Cystis renis. 

374. Tubercle of the kidney. Tubercula renis. 

3T5. Parasitic disease of the kidney. Morbus parasiticus renis. 

3T6. Calculus of the kidney. Calculus renis. 

3TT. Nephritic colic. Colica nephritica. 

Painful passage of a calculus through the ureter. 

3T8. Malformations of the kidney. Deformitates congenitsB renis. 

3t9. Renal haematuria. Hsematuria renalis. Syn. Hemorrhage of 
the kidney. 

380. Suppression of urine. Ischuria renalis. 

381. Diuresis. Diuresis. Syn, Excessive secretion of urine. 

382. Floating kidney. Ren mobilis. 

DISEASES OP THE BLADDER. 
MOBBI VE8IGJSJ. 

383. Cystitis. Cystitis. Syn. Inflammation of the bladder 

384. Acute catarrh of the bladder. Catarrh us vesicae acutus. 
386. Chronic catarrh of the bladder. Catarrhus vesicae chronicus. 



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26 NOMENCLATURE OP DISEASES. ' ^ 

386. Ulceration of the bladder. Exulceratio yesicse. 
38T. Mortification of the bladder. Mortificatio vesicsB. 

388. Yesico-intestinal fistula. Fistula vesico-intestinalis. 

389. Recto-vesical fistula. Fistula recto-vesicalis. 

390. Hypertrophy of the bladder. Hypertrophia vesicae. -^ 

391. Dilatation of the bladder. Dilatatio vesicae. 

392. Sacculated bladder. Vesica sacculata. 

393. Inversion of the bladder. Inversio vesicae. 

394. Extroversion of the bladder. Extroversio vesicae. 

395. Hernia of the bladder. Hernia vesicae. 

396. Cancer of the bladder. Carcinoma vesicae. 

397. Fibrous tumor of the bladder. Tumor fibrosus vesicae. 

398. Villous tumor of the bladder. Tumor villosus vesicae. 

399. Stone in the bladder. Calculus vesicae. 

a. Uric or lithic acid. Acidum uricum vel lithicum. 

b. Urate of ammonia. Ammoniae uras. 

c. Uric oxide. Oxidum uricum. Syn. Xanthic oxide. 

d. Oxalate of lime. Calcis oxalas. Syn, Mulberry calculus. 

e. Cystic oxide. Oxidum cysticum. 
/. Phosphate of lime. Calcis phosphas. 
g. Triple phosphate. Phosphas triplex. 
h. Fusible calculus. Calculus fusilis. 

^. Carbonate of lime. Calcis carbonas. 
k. Fibrinous calculus. Calculus fibrinosus. 

Z. Urostealith. Urosteatoma. 

m. Blood calculus. Calculus sanguineus. 

400. Vesical haematuria. Haematuria vesicalis. 

401. Paralysis of the bladder. Paralysis vesicae. 

402. Irritation of the bladder. Vesicae irritatio. Syn. Irritable 

bladder. 

403. Spasm of the bladder. Spasmus vesicae. 

404. Neuralgia of the bladder. Neuralgia vesicae. 

405. Incontinence of urine. Urinae incontinentia. 

406. Retention of urine. Urinae retentio. 



DISEASES OF THE PROSTATE GLAND. . 27 

40T. Stillicidium of urine. Stillicidium urinae. Syn, Stillicidium 
from distention ; Overflow or dribbling of urine. 

408. Rupture of the bladder. Yesica rupta. 

DISEASES OF THE PROSTATE GLAND. 
MORBI GLANDULJE PBOSTATj^. 

409. Prostatitis. Prostatitis. . 

a. Acute prostatitis. Prostatitis acuta. 

6. Chronic prostatitis. Prostatitis chronica. 

410. Prostatorrhoea. Prostatorrhoea. 

411. Abscess of the prostate gland. Abscessus glandulse prostatas. 

412. Hypertrophy of the prostate gland. Hypertrophia glandulse 

prostatas. 

413. Atrophy of the prostate gland. Atrophia glandulse prostatas. 

414. Non-malignant tumors of the prostate gland. Tumores glandules 

prostatas non maligni. 

415. Cyst of the prostate gland. Cystis glandules prostatas. 

416. Cancer of the prostate gland. Carcinoma glandulas prostatas. 
41T. Tubercle of the prostate gland. Tubercul a glandulas prostatas. 

418. Calculus of the prostate gland. Calculus glandulas prostatas. 

GONORRHCEA AND ITS COMPLICATIONS. 
QONOBBHCEA ET ADDITAMENTA QONOBBHCEJE. 

419. Gonorrhosa. Gonorrhosa. 

420. Balanitis. Balanitis. 

Inflammation of the liniDg membrane of the glaDS and prepuce. 

421. Herpes of the prepuce. Herpes preputialis. 

422. Phimosis. Phimosis.' 

423. Paraphimosis. Paraphimosis. 

424. Gonorrhceal bubo. Inguen gonorrhoicum. Syn. Sympathetic 

bubo. 

425. Lacunar abscess. Abscessus lacunarum. 

426. Epididymitis. Epididymitis. Syw.Gonorrhosal orchitis; Swelled 

testicle. 

42T. Abscess of the testicle. Abscessus testiculi. 

428. Abscess of the spermatic cord. Abscessus funiculi seminalis. 



28 NOMENCLATURE OP DISEASES. 

429. Warts. Verrucae. 

430. Gleet. Gonorrhoea chronica. 

431. Gonorrhceal ophthalmia. Ophthalmia gonorrhoica. 

432. Gonorrhceal iritis. Iritis gonorrhoica. 

433. Gonorrhceal rheumatism. Rheumatismus gonorrhoicus. 

DISEASES OP THE MALE URETHRA. 
MOBBI UBETHBJEl VIBILIS, 

434. Urethritis. Urethritis. 

436. Stricture of the urethra. Strictura urethrse. 

a. Organic. Organica. 

b. Traumatic. Ex vulnere. 

c. Spasmodic. Spasmodica. 

d. Inflammatory. Ex inflammatione. 

436. Ulcer of the urethra. Ulcus urethrae. 
43T. Urinary abscess. Abscessus urinalis. 

438. Urinary fistula. Fistula urinalis. 

439. Recto-urethral fistula. Fistula recto-urethralis. 

440. Extravasation of urine. Extravasatio urinae. 

441. Impacted calculus. Calculus impactus. 

442. Malformations of the urethra. Deformitates urethrae congenita. 

DISEASES OP THE SKIN. 
MOBBI CUTIS, 

443. Erythema.* 

a. Erythema leeve. 

b. Erythema fugax. Syn. Yolaticum. 

c. Erythema marginatum. 

d. Erythema papulatum. 

e. Erjrthema tuberculatum. 
/. Erythema nodosum. 

444. Intertrigo. 

* Where one name only is given, that one should be employed. 






DISEASES OF THE SKIN". 29 



445. Roseola. 

a. Roseola aestiva. 

h. Roseola autumnalis. 

c. Roseola symptomatica. 

d. Roseola annulata: 

446. Urticaria. Syn. Nettle-rash, 
a. Urticaria acuta. 

h. Urticaria chronica. 

c. Urticaria febrilis. 

d. Urticaria evanida. 

e. Urticaria perstans. 
. /. Urticaria conferta. 

g. Urticaria subcutanea. 
h. Urticaria tuberculata. 

44T. Pellagra. 

448. Acrodynia. 

449. Prurigo. 

450. Lichen. 

a. Lichen simplex. 
h. Lichen pilaris. 

c. Lichen circumscriptus. 

d. Lichen agrius. 

e. Lichen tropicus. Syn. Prickly heat. 
/. Lichen lividus. 

45L Strophulus. iS>2/n. Red gum ; Tooth-rash, 
a. Strophulus intertinctus. 
6. Strophulus confertus. 
c. Strophulus candidus. 

452. Pityriasis. Pityriasis capitis. Syn. Dandruff. 
a. Pityriasis versicolor. 

453. Psoriasis. 

a. Psoriasis vulgaris. 
h. Psoriasis guttata. 

c. Psoriasis diffusa. 

d. Psoriasis gyrata. 

e. Psoriasis inveterata. 



80 NOMENCLATURE OF DISEASES. 

454. Lepra. 

455. Miliaria. 

a. Sudamina. 

456. Herpes. 

a. Herpes phlyctenodes. 
h. Herpes circinatus. 

c. Herpes iris. 

d. Herpes zoster. Syn. Shingles ; Zona. 
45 T. Pemphigus. Syn. Pompholyx. 

a. Pemphic;as acutus. 
6. Pemphigus chronicus. 

458. Eczema. 

a. Eczema simplex. 
5. Eczema rubrum. 

c. Eczema impetiginodes. 

d. Eczema chronicum. 

459. Impetigo. 

a. Impetigo sparsa. 
h. Impetigo confluens. 

e. Impetigo figurata. 
d. Impetigo larvalis. 

460. Rupia. 

a. Kupia simplex. 
h. Rupia prominens. 
c. Rupia escharotica. 

461. Ecthyma. 

462. Acne. 

a. Acne punctata. 
h. Acne indurata. 

c. Acne rosacea. 

d. Acne strophulosa. Syn. Strophulus albidus. 

463. Sycosis. Syn. Mentagra. 

464. Steatorrhoea. 

a, Steatorrhoea simplex. 
h, SteatorrhcBa nigricans. 



DISEASES OF THE SKIN. 81 

465. Ichthyosis. 

a. Ichthyosis vera. 

b. Ichthyosis cornea. 

466. Scleroderma. Syn, Scleriasis. 
46T. Leucoderma. * Syn. Vitiligo. 

468. Albinismus. Syn, Albinism. 

469. Chloasma. 

470. Canities. 

4U. Melasma. Syn. Bronzed skin. 

4T2. Lentigo. Syn. Ephelis ; Freckles. 

4T3. Silver stain of the skin. Macula argentea. 

Discoloration produced by the internal use of salts of silver. 

474. Chilblain. Pernio. 

476. Frostbite. Ambnsta ex frigore. 

476. Ulcer. Ulcus. 

477. Fissures. Fissurae. 

478. Boil. Furnnculus. 

479. Carbuncle. Carbuncnlus. Syn. Anthrax. 

480. Malignant pustule. Pustula maligna. 

A spreading gangrenous inflammation, commencing as a vesicle on 
exposed skin, characterized by peculiar hardness and fetor, and 
derived from cattle similarly diseased. 

481. Onychia. 

Inflammation of the matrix of the nail. 

482. Onychia maligna. 

483. Whitlow. Paronychia. 

a. Thecal abscess. Abscessns thecarum. ) 

484. Qangrene. Gangraena. 

485. Phagedsena. 

A condition of wounds or ulcers in which they spread with a slough- 
ing surface. 

486. Hospital gangrene. Phagedsena pntris. Syn. Sloughing phage- 

dsBna. 

A severe form of phagedsena in which the slough extends deeper 
than the surface. 

487. Hypertrophy of the skin. Hypertrophia cutis. 



34 NOMENCLATURE OP DISEASES. 

DISEASES OF THE CELLULAR TISSUE. 
MOBBI MEMBBANJE GELLTJLOS^, 

521. Inflammation of the cellular tissue. Inflammatio membranse 

cellulosse. 

522. Diffuse inflammation of the cellular tissue. Inflammatio dif- 

fusa membranse cellulosse. Byn. Cellular erysipelas. 

523. Abscess of the cellular tissue. Abscessus membranse cellulosse. 

524. Inflammatory induration in the newly-born. Sclerema neona- 

torum. V 

525. Sloughing of the cellular tissue. Sphacelus membranse cellulosse. 

526. Obesity. Obesitas. 

52T. Tumors of the cellular tissue. Tumores membranse cellulosse. 

528. Parasitic disease of the cellular tissue. Morbus parasiticus 

membranse cellulosse. 

529. Emphysema of the cellular tissue. Emphysema membranse cel- 

lulosse. 

530. Acute anasarca. Anasarca acuta. 



DISEASES OF THE BLOOD, AND OF THE BLOOD- 
MAKING GLANDS. 

MOBBI SANG UINIS E T GLAND ULAB UM 
SANG UIFICA TIONIS. 

531. Purpura. Purpura. 

An acute disease, not usually attended by fever, characterized by 
purple spots of effused blood. 

a. Simple. Simplex. 

b. Hemorrhagic. Hsemorrhagica. 

The disease when accompaoied by hemorrhage from a mucous 
surface. 

532. Scurvy. . Scorbutus. 

A chronic disease, caused by a deficiency of vegetable^ food, and cha- 
racterized by sponginess of the gums, and by the occurrence of 
hard, livid patches under the skin. 

533. Haemophilia. Hsemophilia. The hemorrhagic diathesis. 

534. Plethora. Plethora. 

Increase of the blood, or in the proportion of its red corpuscles. 

535. Ansemia. Ansemia. 

Deficiency of the red corpuscles in the blood. 



DISEASES OF THE MESENTERIC GLANDS. 35 

536. Leucocythaemia. Leucocythsemia. 

Excess of white corpuscles in the blood. 

537. Pyaemia. Pyaemia. 

A morbid condition attended usually with the formation of puriform 
deposits in the viscera and other parts. 

538. Chlorosis. Chlorosis. Syn. Green sickness. 

DISEASES OP THE SPLEEN. 
MOBBI LIENI8. 

539. Splenitis. Splenitis. 

540. Abscess of the spleen. Abscessus lienis. 
641. Congestion of the spleen. Congestio lienis. 

542. Fibrinous deposit in the spleen. Deposita fibrinosa in liene. 

543. Hypertrophy of the spleen. Hypertrophia lienis. 

a. Miasmatic hypertrophy of the spleen. Hypertrophia mias- 
matica lienis. Syn, Ague cake. 
Hypertrophy produced by miasmatic disease. 

h. Splenic cachexia. Cachexia splenica. Syn. Splenic leucocy- 
thsemia. 

544. Lardaceous spleen. Degeneratio lardacea lienis. ^yn. Amyloid 

disease ; Waxy spleen. 

545. Cancer of the spleen. Carcinoma lienis. 

546. Tubercle of the spleen. Tubercula lienis. 

54T. Parasitic disease of the spleen. Morbus parasiticus lienis. 
Syn, Hydatid of the spleen. 

DISEASES OF THE MESENTERIC GLANDS. 
MOBBI OLAND ULAB UM ME8ENTEBIL 

548. Inflammation of the mesenteric glands. Inflammatio glandu- 

larum mesenterii. • • 

549. Abscess of the mesenteric glands. Abscessus glandularum me- 

senterii. 

550. Hypertrophy of the mesenteric glands. Hypertrophia glandu- 

larum mesenterii. 

551. Non-malignant tumors of the mesenteric glands. Tumores non 

maligni glandularum mesenterii. 

552. Tabes mesenterica. Tabes mesenterica. Syn, Marasmus. 



36 NOMENCLATURE OF DISEASES. 

DISEASES OF THE DUCTLESS GLANDS. 
MORBl GLAND ULARUM CjECARUM. 

DISEASES OF THE THYROID GLAND. 
MOBBI OLANDULJE THTB0IDI8. 

653. Inflammation of the thyroid gland. Inflammatio glandulae 
thyroidis. 

a. Acute. Acuta. 

h. Chronic. Chronica. 

554. Goitre. Bronchocele. 

Enlargement of the thyroid gland, endemic in certain monntainous 
districts, but not limited to them. 

555. Cyst of the thyroid gland. Cystis glandulse thyroidis. 

656. Exophthalmic goitre. Bronchocele exophthalmica. Syn, Graves' 
disease. 

Enlargement, with vascular turgescence, of the thyroid gland, ac- 
companied by protrusion of the eyeballs, anaemia, and palpitation. 

55 T. Pulsating goitre. Bronchocele pulsans. 

DISEASES OF THE THYMUS GLAND. 
MOBBI QLAND ULJE THTML 

558. Hypertrophy of the thymus gland. Hypertrophia glandulae 
thymi. 

DISEASES OF THE SUPRA-RENAL CAPSULES. 
MOBBI CAP8ULABUM 8UPBABENALIUM. 

55§. Supra-renal cachexia. Cachexia suprarenalis. Syn. Addison's 
disease. 

A disease with a disorganized condition of the supra-renal capsules, 
and a bronze-like discoloration of the skin. 



DISEASES OF THE GENERATIYE ORGANS, 

MOBBI GENITALIUM. 



DISEASES OF THE MALE GENITALS. 
MO RBI GENITALIUM VIR ILIUM, 

DISEASES OF THE PENIS. 
MORBI COLIS. 

660. Inflammation of the penis. Colis inflammatio. 

661. Abscess of the penis. Colis abscessus. 



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DISEASES OF THE SPERMATIC CORD. 37 

562. Gangrene of the penis. Colis gangraBna*. 
5f)3. Warts of the penis. Colis verrucse. 

564. Yenereal sores of the penis. Ulcera colis venerea. 

a. Chancre. Ulcus venereum durum sive syphiliticum. Syn. Hard, 

syphilitic, or infecting chancre. 

Syphilitic bubo. Inguen syphiliticum.* 

b. Chancroid. Ulcus venereum moUe. Syn. Soft or non -infecting 

chancre ; Simple sore. 

Chancroidal bubo. Inguen vitulentum.* 
e, Phagedsenic sore. Ulcus phagedaBuicum. 
d Serpiginous sore. Ulcus serpiginosum. Syn. Creeping ulcer. 

565. Phimosis. Phimosis. 

566. Paraphimosis. Paraphimosis. 

56T. Hypertrophy of the prepuce. PrsBputii hypertrophia. 

568. Cancer of the penis. Carcinoma colis. 

569. Malformations of the penis. Deformitates colis congenita. 
5t0. Priapism. Priapismus. 

DISEASES OP THE SCROTUM. 
MORBl SCROTI. 

571. Inflammation of the scrotum. Scroti inflammatio. 

572. Abscess of the scrotum. Scroti abscessus. 

573. Gangrene of the scrotum. Scroti gangrsena. 

574. Elephantiasis of the scrotum. Scroti elephantiasis. 

575. Epithelial cancer of the scrotum. Scroti carcinoma epitheliosum. 

Syn, Chimney-sweeper's cancer. 

576. Malformations of the scrotum. Deformitates scroti congenita^. 

DISEASES OP THE SPERMATIC CORD. 
MORBI FUNICULI SEMINALIS. 

m 

577. Hydrocele of the spermatic cord. Hydrocele funiculi seminalis. 
a. Simple. Simplex. 

fe. Encysted. Cystica. 
c. Diffused. Diffusa. 

578. Yaricocele of the spermatic cord. Cirsocele funiculi seminalis. 

* See Diseases of the Absorbent Glands. 



88 NOMENCLATURE OF DISEASES. 

579. Tnmors of the spermatic cord. Tnmores fanicali semiDalis. 

580. Neuralgia of the spermatic cord. Neuralgia fanicali seminalls. 

DISEASES OP THE TUNICA VAGINALIS. 
MORBI TUNICA VAGINALIS. 

581. Inflammation of the tunica vaginalis. Inflammatio tunicas vaginalis. 

583. Hydrocele. Hydrocele. 
a. Congenital. Congenita. 
h. Acquired. Non-congenita. 
c. Encysted. Cystica. Syn, Spermatocele. 

583. Haematocele. Hsematocele. 

584. Loose bodies in the tunica vaginalis. Corpora libera in tunic& 

vaginali. 

DISEASES OP THE TESTICLE. 
MORBI TESTICULL 

585. Orchitis. Orchitis. 
a. Acute. Acuta. 

h. Chronic. Chronica. Syn. Simple sarcocele. 

586. Epididymitis. Epididymitis. Syn. Swelled testicle. 

587. Abscess of the testicle. Abscessus testiculi. 

588. Protrusion of the tubuli of the testicle. Procidentia testiculi tubu- 

lorum. fS'^Tt. Hernia testis; Fungus testis. 

589. Atrophy of the testicle. Atrophia testiculi. 

590. Syphilitic disease of the testicle. Morbus testiculi syphiliticus. 

Syn, Syphilitic sarcocele. 

591. Tuberculous disease of the testicle. Morbus testiculi tuberculosus. 

Syn, Tuberculous sarcocele. 

592. Cancer of the testicle. Carcinoma testiculi. Syn, Malignant 

sarcocele. 

593. Non-malignant tumors of the testicle. Tu mores testiculi non 

malign i. 

594. Cystic disease of the testicle. Morbus testiculi cysticus. Syn, 

Cystic sarcocele. 

595. Malformations of the testicle. Deformitates testiculi congenitse. 
a. Dermoid cyst of the testicle. Cystis testiculi cutigera. 

596. Malposition of the testicle. Positura testiculi prava. 



DISEASES OF FEMALE OKGANS OF GENEBATION. 89 

597. Spermatorrhoea. Spermatorrhoea. 

598. Impotence and sterility. Yirilitatis inopia atque sterilitas. 

599. Neuralgia of the testicle. Neuralgia testiculi. 



DISEASES OF THE FEMALE ORGANS OF GENERATION 

IN THE UNIMPREGNATED STATE. 

MORBI LOGORUM VIRQINALIUM. 



DISEASES OF THE OVARY. 
MOBBI VABIL 

600. Ovaritis. Ovaritis. 

601. Abscess of the ovary. Abscessus ovarii. 

602. Hemorrhage of the ovary. Hsemorrhagia ovarii. 

603. Atrophy of the ovary. Atrophia ovarii. 

604. Hypertrophy of the ovary. Hypertrophia ovarii. 

605. Cancer of the ovary. Carcinoma ovarii. 

606. Fibrous tumor of the ovary. Tumor fibrosus ovarii. 
60T. Encysted dropsy of the ovary. Hydrops cysticus ovarii. 

608. Complex cystic tumor of the ovary. • Tumor cysticus multiplex 

ovarii. Syn. Cystosarcoma. 

a. With intracystic growths. Innascente materia morbida. 

609. Cutaneous or piliferous cyst of the ovary. Cystis cutigera, sive 

pilosa, ovarii. Syn. Dermoid cyst. 

610. Dentigerous cyst of the ovary. Cystis dentigera ovarii. 

611. Tubercle of the ovary. Tubercula ovarii. 

612. Parasitic disease of the ovary. Morbus parasiticus ovarii. 

613. Dislocation of the ovary. Ovarium luxatum. 
a. Transplantation. Ovarium translatum. 

614. Hernia of the ovary. Hernia ovarii. 

615. Malformations of the ovary. Deformitates congenitse ovarii. 

DISEASES OF THE FALLOPIAN TUBE. 
MOBBI T UBI FALL OPIANL 

616. Abscess of the Fallopian tube. Abscessus tubi Fallopiani. 
61T. Dropsy of the Fallopian tube. Hydrops tubi Fallopiani. 



40 NOMENCLATURE OF DISEASES. 

618. Stricture of the Fallopiaii tube. Strictura tubi Fallopiani. 

619. Occlusion of the Fallopian tube. Tubus Fallopiani occlusus. 

620. Cancer of the Fallopian tube. Carcinoma tubi Fallopiani. 

621. Cyst of the Fallopian tube. Cystis tubi Fallopiani. 

622. Tubercle of the Fallopian tube. Tubercula tubi Fallopiani. 

623. Dislocation of the Fallopian tube. Tubus Fallopianus luxatus. 

624. Hernia of the Fallopian tube. Hernia tubi Fallopiani. 

DISEASES OF THE BROAD LIGAMENT AND INTRA-PELVIC 

PERITONEUM. 

MOBBI LIGAMENTI LATI ET PEBITONEI INTBA-PEL VICL 

625. Inflammation. Inflammatio. 

a. Pelvic peritonitis. Peritonitis pelvica. Syn. Perimetritis. 

b. Pelvic cellulitis. Cellulitis pelvica* Syn, Phlegmona pelvica; 

Parametritis. 

626. Abscess. Abscessus. 
62T. Cyst. Cystis. 

628. Hydrocele of the round ligament. Hydrocele ligament! teretis. 

Syn. Hydrocele of the canal of Nuck. 

629. Peri-uterine or pelvic haematocele. Hsematocele circum-uterina, 

sive pelvica. 

DISEASES OF THE WOMB, INCLUDING ITS NECK. 
MOBBI UTEBI, CEBVICISQUE EJUS. 

630. Catarrh of the uterus. Catarrhus uteri. Syn. Uterine leucor- 

rhoea. 

a. Hydrorrhea. Hydrorrhoea. 

631. Physometra. Physometra. 

632. Metritis. Metritis. 

a. Parenchymatous inflammation of the body of the womb. 

Metritis corporea. 

b. Inflammation of the lining membrane of the body of the 

womb. Endometritis corporea. 

c. Cervicitis. Cervicitis. 

Parenchymatous inflammation of the neck of the womb. 

d. Endocervicitis. Endocervicitis. 

Inflammation of the lining membrane of the neck of the womb. 

633. Granular inflammation of the neck of the womb. Inflammatio 

granulosa cervicis uteri. 



DISEASES OF THE WOMB. 41 

634. Abrasion of the cervix. Uteri cervix abrasa. 

635. Ulcer of the cervix. Ulcus cervicis uteri. 

636. Rodent ulcer of the cervix. Ulcus cervicis uteri erodens. 

63 T. Abscess of the neck of the womb. Abscessus cervicis uteri. 

638. Utero-vesical fistula. Fistula utero-vesicalis. 

639. Stricture of the orifice of the neck of the womb. Strictura oris 

uteri. 

640. Stricture of the canal of the neck of the womb. Strictura 

canalis cervicis uteri. 

641. Occlusion of the orifice of the neck of the womb. Os cervicis 

uteri occlusum. 

642. Occlusion of the canal of the neck of the womb. Canalis cervicis 

uteri occlusus. 

643. Hypertrophy of the neck of the womb. Hypertrophia cervicis 

uteri. 

a. Elongation of the cervix. Cervix uteri producta. 

Of the supra-vaginal cervix. Cervix supra-vaginalis pro- 
ducta. 

Of the intra-vaginal cervix. Cervix intra-vaginalis pro- 
ducta. 

644. Atrophy of the womb. Atrophia uteri. 

645. Cancer of the womb. Carcinoma uteri. 

a. Scirrhus. Scirrhus. 

b. Medullary cancer. Carcinoma medullosum. 

c. Epithelial cancer. Carcinoma epitheliosum. 

646. Non- malignant tumors of the womb. Tumores uteri non 

maligni. 

a. Fibroid tumor. Tumor fibrosus. Syn. Myoma. 

Subperitoneal. Subperitonealis. 
Interstitial. Interstitialis. 
Submucous. Submucosus. 

b. Polypus. Polypus. 

Note. — Under this head are included all pedunculated tumors 
growing from the cavity or neck of the uterus, whether mucous, 
cellular, or fibrous. 

64 T. Tubercle of the womb. Tubercula uteri. 



42 NOMENCLATURE OP DISEASES. 

648. Displacements and distortions. Uterus luxatus vel distortus. 

a. Anteversion of the womb. Uteri anteversio. 

b. Retroversion of the womb. Uteri retroversio. 

c. Lateral version of the womb. Uteri lateroversio. 

d. Anteflexion of the womb. Uteri anteflexio. 

e. Retroflexion of the womb. Uteri retroflexio. 
/. Inversion of the womb. Uteri inversio. 

g. Falling of the womb. Uteri prolapsus. 

h. Protrusion of the womb. Procidentia uteri. 

i. Hernia of the womb. Hernia uteri. 

649. Malformations of the womb. Deformitates uteri congenitse. 

DISEASES OF THE VAGINA. 
MOBBI VAOINJE, 

650. Vaginitis. Vaginitis. 

« 

651. Leucorrhoea. Leucorrhoea. Syn, Vaginal catarrh. 

652. Abscess of the vagina. Abscessus vaginsB. 

653. Cicatrix or band of the vagina. Cicatrix 8ive habenula vaginae. 

654. Vaginal fistula. Fistula in vagind. 

655. Vesico-vaginal fistula. Fistula vesico-vaginalis. 

656. Recto-vaginal fistula. Fistula recto-vaginalis. 
65T. Urethro-vaginal fistula. Fistula urethro-vaginalis. 

658. Hernia of the vagina. Hernia vaginse. 

a. Cystocele. Cystocele. 
6. Rectocele. Rectocele. 

659. Tumors. Tumores. 

o. Polypus of the vagina. Polypus vaginae. 

660. Cyst of the vagina. Vaginae cystis. 

661. Laceration of the vagina. Laceratio vaginae. 

662. Malformations of the vagina. Deformitates vaginae congenitae 

DISEASES OF THE VULVA. 
• MOBBI YUL Yj^. 

663. Vulvitis. Vulvitis. Syn. Inflammation of the vulva. 

664. Pruritus of the vulva. Pruritus vulvae. 



AFFECTIONS CONNECTED WITH PREGNANCY. 4S 

665. (Edema of the labia. (Edema labiorum. 

666. Abscess of the labium. Abscessus labii. 

667. Gangrene of the vulva. Gangraena vulvae. 

668. Hypertrophy of the vulva. Hypertrophia vulvae. 

669. Occlusion of the vulva. Foramen vulvae occlusum. Syn. Atre- 

sia vulvae. 

670. Imperforate hymen. Membrana vulvae impervia. 

671. Vascular tumor of the meatus urinarius. Tumor vasculosus 

meatus urinarii. 

672. Mucous cyst of the vulva. Cystis mucosa vulvae. 

673. Malformations of the vulva. Deformitates vulvae congenitae. 

functional diseases of the female organs of 

generation: 

yitia fungtionum locobum viboinalium. 

674. Amenorrhoea. Amenorrhoea. 

a. From original defective formation. Ex defectione partium 
congenitlt. 

6. From want of development at the time of puberty. Ex incre- 
menti inopi^. 

c. From mechanical obstruction. Ex occlusione. 

d. From temporary suppression. Ex suppressione. 

675. Scanty menstruation. Menstrua exigua. 

676. Vicarious menstruation. Menstrua vicaria. 

677. Dysmenorrhoea. Dysmenorrhoea. Syn, Painful menstruation. 

678. Menorrhagia. Menorrhagia. Syn. Excessive menstruation. 

679. Hemorrhage. Metrorrhagia. 

680. Chlorosis. Chlorosis. Syn. Green sickness ; Pallor luteus. 

affections connected with pregnancy. 
mala gravidis incidentia, 

disorders of the nervous system. 
mala neb yob um appaba t u8. 

681. Neuralgia. Neuralgia. 

a. Odontalgia. Odontalgia. 

b. Cephalalgia. Cephalalgia. 

c. Mastodynia. Mastodynla. 

682. Chorea. Chorea. 



44 NOMENCLATURE OF DISEASES. 

683. Convulsions. Convulsio. 

G84. Hypochondriasis. Hypochondriasis. 

685. Mania. Mania. 

DISORDERS OF THE BLOOD AND CIRCULATORY SYSTEM. 
MALA SANGUINIS ET EJUS APPARATUS. 

686. Varicose veins. Varices. 

a. Of the lower extremities. Membrorum inferiorum. 
h. Of the labia. Labiorum. 

c. Of the rectum. Recti hsemorrhoides. Haemorrhoids. 

687. Serous effusion. Profusio seri. 

a. Of the brain. Profusio in cerebro. Syn. Serous apoplexy. 
h. (Edema of the lungs. CSdema pulmonum. 
e. Ascites. Ascites. 

d. OSdema of the labia. OSdema labiorum. 

e. OSdema of the lower extremities. OSdema membrorum in- 

feriorum. 

688. Syncope. Syncope. 

689. Palpitation. Palpitatio cordis. 

690. Anasmia. Anaemia. Syn, Hydraemia. * 

691. Leucocythemia. Leucocythemia. 

DISORDERS OF THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM. 
MALA BESPIBATIONIS APPARATUS. 

692. Dyspnoea. Dyspnoea. 

693. Orthopnoea. Orthopnoea. 

694. Cough. Tussis. 

DISORDERS OF THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM. 
MALA BIGESTIONIS APPARATUS. 

695. Salivation. Salivatio. 

696. Depraved and capricious appetite. Cupiditas cibi prava. Syn. 

Pica. 

697. Nausea and vomiting. Nausea et vomitus. 

698. Cardialgia. Cardialgia. Syn. Heartburn. 

699. Pyrosis. Pyrosis. 

700. Intestinal cramp-colic. Tormina. 

701. Constipation. Alvus adstricta. 



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DISORDERS OF THE GENERATIVE SYSTEM. 45 

702. Diarrhoea. Diarrhoea. 

703. Jaundice.' Icterus. 

DISORDERS OF THE URINARY SYSTEM. 
MALA UBINJE APPARATUS, 

704. Albuminuria. Albuminuria. 

705. Dysuria. Dysuria. 

706. Incontinence of urine. Incontinentia urinse. 

707. Retention of urine. Retentio urinse. 

DISORDERS OF THE GENERATIVE SYSTEM. 
MALA GENITALIUM APPARATUS. 

708. Metritis. Metritis. Syn, Hysteritis. 

709. Hydrorrhoea of the womb. Hydrorrhoea uteri. 

Discharge of watery fluid from the uterus. 

710. Rheumatism of the uterus. Rheumatismus uteri. 

711. Hysteralgia. Hysteralgia. Syn. Metralgia. 

712. Cramps and spurious pains. Spasmi et dolores nothi. 

713. Catarrh of the vagina. Catarrhus vaginae. 

714. Sanguineous discharge. Profluvium sanguineum. 

715. Hemorrhage. Haemorrhagia. 

716. Displacements of the uterus. Uterus luxatus. 
a. Prolapsus. Prolapsus. 

h. Hernia. Hernia. 

c. Retroversion. Retroversio. 

717. Pruritus of the vulva. Pruritus vulvae. 

718. Warts of the vulva. Verrucae vulvae. 

719. Abortion. Abortus. 

720. Premature labor. Partus intempestivus. 

721. Extra-uterine gestation. Extra uterum graviditas. 

722. TJterine mole. Mola aterina. 

723. Cystic disease of the chorion. Morbus cysticus choril. Syn. Hy- 

datid mole. 

724. Diseases of the placenta. Morbi placentae. 

725. Inflammation of the placenta. Placentitis. 

726. Degeneration of the placenta. Degeneratio placentae. 
a. Fatty degeneration. Degeneratio adiposa. 

h. Calcareous degeneration. Degeneratio calcarea. 



46 NOMENCLATURE OF DISEASES. 

AFFECTIONS CONNECTED WITH PARTURITION. 
MALA PARTURIENTIBUS INGIDENTIA. 

72t. Atony of the uterus. Resolutio uteri. 

728. Over-distention of the uterus. Uterus supra modum distentns. 

a. From excess of liquor amnii. Ex immodico liquore amnii. 
5. From twins, triplets, etc. Ex geminis, trigeminis, etc. 

729. Mechanical obstacles to parturition. Impedimenta partus, 
a. From occlusion of the os uteri. Ex oris uteri occlnsione. 
h. From rigidity. Ex rigiditate. 

From rigidity of the os uteri. Ex oris uteri rigiditate. 
From rigidity of the vagina. Ex vaginas rigiditate. 
From rigidity of the perineum. Ex perinei rigiditate. 

c. From cancer of the cervix uteri. Ex carcinomate cervicis uteri. 

d. From narrowness of the vagina. Ex vaginse coarctations 

e. From cicatrix or band in the vagina. Ex cicatrice vel habenul& 

in vagin&. 

f. From vaginal cyst. Ex cyste vaginali. 

g. From prolapsus of the bladder. Ex vesicae prolapsu. 
h. From stone in the bladder. Ex calcnlo vesicae. 

t. From distended rectum. Ex distentione recti intestini. 
h. From prolapsus of the rectum. Ex recti intestini prolapsu. 
/. From tumor. Ex tumore. 

Uterine. Uteri. 

Ovarian. Ovarii. 

Pelvic. Pelvis. 

Of external parts. Partium exteriorum. 

wi. From polypus. Ex polypo. 

n. From fractured pelvis. Ex fractur& pelvis. 

0. From exostosis. Ex exostose. 

p. From distorted or contracted pelvis. Ex distortione vel constric- 
tione pelvis. 

q. From dislocated lumbar vertebrae. Ex luxatione lumborum ver- 
tebrarum. Syn, Spondylolisthesis. 

r. From anchylosed coccyx. Ex anchylose coccygis. 

«. From diminutive pelvis. Ex pelve parvfi. 

U From extreme anteversion of the uterus (from pendulous abdo- 
men). Ex abdomine pendenti. 



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AFFECTIONS CONSEQUENT ON PABTCBITION. 47 

u. From excessive size of the foetus. Ex foetii prsegrandi. 

V. From malposition of the foetus. Ex foetu male locato. 

w. From malformation of the foetus. Ex deformitate foetus. 

X, From enlargement of the foetus from disease. Ex foetu morbo 
adaacto. 

y. From thickness of the foetal membranes. Ex crassitudine mem- 
branarnm foetus. 

z. From shortness of the funis. Ex brevitate funis. 

730. Hemorrhage. Hsemorrhagia. 

a. From placenta prsevia. Ex placenta prsevi^. Syn. Unavoida- 
ble hemorrhage. 

h. From accidental detachment of the placenta. Ex placenta casu 
separate. Syn, Accidental hemorrhage. 

e. From thrombus of the cervix uteri or labium. Ex thrombo 
cervicis uteri vel labii. 

131. Rupture or laceration of the uterus. Diruptio vel laceratio uteri. 

732. Rupture or laceration of the vagina. Diruptio vel laceratio vaginae. 

733. Rupture or laceration of the urinary bladder. Diruptio vel lace- 

ratio vesicflB. 

734. Rupture or laceration of the perineum. Diruptio vel laceratio 

perinei. 

735. Retention of the afterbirth. Retentio secundarum. Syn, Retained 

placenta. 

a. From atony of the uterus. Ex resolutione uteri. 

h. From irregular or hour-glass contraction. Ex contracto sine 
ordine utero, vel ad similitudinem horologii. 

c. From preternatural adhesion. Ex adhesu prseter naturam secun- 
darum. 

736. Inversion of the uterus. Uteri inversio. 

737. Convulsions. Convulsio. Syn. Eclampsia. 

a. Apoplectic. Apoplectica. 
5. Epileptic. Epileptica. 
• c. Hysterical. Hysterica. 



AFFECTIONS CONSEQUENT ON PARTURITION. 
MALA PUERPERIS INGIDENTIA. 

738. Post-partum hemorrhage. Hsemorrhagia post partum. 

739. Secondary hemorrhage. Hsemorrhagia prorogata. 



48 NOMENCLATURE OF DISEASES. 

740. Puerperal ephemera. Ephemera pnerperarum. Syfi, Weed, 

T41. Puerperal hyperaesthesia. Hjperaesthesia puerperarum. 

742. Milk fever. Febris lactantiam. 

743. Puerperal fever. Febris puerperarum. 

744. Metro-peritonitis. Metro-peritonitis. Syn. Puerperal peritonitis- 

a. Metritis. Metritis. 

b. Peritonitis. Peritonitis. 

745. Phlebitis. Phlebitis. 

746. Phlegmasia dolens. Phlegmasia dolens. St/n, Milk-leg. 

747. Pelvic cellulitis. Parametritis. 

748. Iliac and pelvic abscesses. Abscessus iliornm et pelvis. 

749. Sloughing of the cervix uteri. Sphacelus cervicis uteri. 

750. Sloughing of the vagina. Sphacelus vaginse. 

751. Sloughing of the perineum. Sphacelus perinei. 

752. Sloughing of the bladder. Sphacelus vesicas. 

753. Sloughing of the rectum. Sphacelus recti intestini. 

754. Utero-vesical fistula. Fistula utero vesicalis. 

755. Yesico- vaginal fistula. Fistula vesico vaginalis. 

756. Recto-vaginal fistula. Fistula recto vaginalis. 

757. Inflammation of the female breast. Mammitis. 

758. Abscess of the female breast. Abscessus mammae. 

759. Puerperal mania. Mania puerperarum. 
a. Connected with parturition. A partii. 
h. Connected with lactation. Lactantium. 

760. Puerperal convulsions. Eclampsia. 

761. Puerperal tetanus. Tetanus puerperarum. Syn, Tetany. 

762. Sudden death after delivery. Mors repentina post partum. 

a. From shock or nervous exhaustion. Ex concussu vel nervorum 

vi exiuanit&. 

b. From impaction of coagula in the heart and pulmonary artery. 

Ex impactione coagulorum in corde arteri&que pulmonali. 

Thrombosis. Thrombosis. 
Embolism. Embolismus. 

c. From entrance of air into the uterine sinuses. Ex introitu aeris 

in venas uterinas. 



DISEASES OF THE FEMALE BREAST. 49 

763. Prematnre birtb. Partus intempestivas. 

764. Sab-iDYolation of tbe aterns. Uteras sub-involntas. 



DISEASES OF THE FEMALE BREAST. 
MORBI MAMM^ FC^MINEM, 

765. Mammitis. Mammitis. Syn, Inflammation of tbe breast, 
a. Acnte. Acata. 

5. Cbronie. Chronica. 

766. Abscess of tbe breast. Abscessus mammae. Syn, Gathered breast. 

767. Encysted abscess of the breast. Abscessas mammae saccnlatus. 

768. Sinus of the breast. Sinns mammae. 

769. Fistula of the breast. Fistula mammae. Syn, Milk-fistula. 

770. Galactorrhoea. Galactorrhoea. 

771. Deficiency of milk. Inopia lactis. 

772. Milk- tumor. Galactocele. 

773. Lacteal calculus. Calculus lacteus. 

774. Hypertrophy of the breast. Hypertrophia mammae. 

775. Atrophy of the breast. Atrophia mammae. 

776. Depressed nipple. Papilla depressa. 

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777. Chapped nipple. Papilla scissa. 

778. Ulcerated nipple. Papilla exulcerata. 

779. Cancer of the breast. Carcinoma mammae. 

780. Non-malignant tumors of the breast. Tumores mammae non maligni. 

781. Cyst of the breast. Cystis mammae. 

a. Serous cyst of the breast. Cystis serosa mammae. Syn, Sero- 
cystic tumor; Hydrocele of the breast. 

h. Complex cystic tumor of the breast. Tumor cysticus multiplex 
mammae. Syn, Sero-cystic sarcoma. 

782. Parasitic disease of the breast. Morbus parasiticus mammae. 

783. Hyperaesthesia of the breast. Hyperaesthesia mammae. 

784. Mammalgia. Mammalgia. Syn, Neuralgia of the breast. 

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50 NOMENCLATURE OF DISEASES. 

DISEASES OF THE MALE MAMMILLA. 
MORE I MAMMILLA VIRILIS. 

785. Inflammation of the male mammilla. Inflammatio mammillae yirilis. 

786. Hypertrophy of the male mammilla. Hypertrophia mammillae virilis. 

787. Cancer of the male mammilla. Carcinoma mammillae virilis. 

788. Non-malignant tumors of the male mammilla. Tumores non ma« 

ligni mammillae virilis. 

789. Cyst of the male mammilla. Cystis mammillae virilis 

DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM. 
MORBI NERVORUM APPARATUS. 



DISEASES OF THE BRAIN AND ITS MEMBRANES. 
MOBBI CEBEBBI MEMBBANAB UMQ UE. 

790. Encephalitis. Encephalitis. 

Inflammation of the brain or of its membranes. 

Note. — This term is to be used only when the precise seat of the 
inflammation has not been ascertained. 

791. Meningitis. Meningitis. 

Inflammation of the membranes of the brain. 

a. Inflammation of the dura mater. Inflammatio durae matris. 

b. Ossification of the dura mater. Ossificatio durae matris. 

c. Arachnitis. Arachnitis. 

Inflammation of the pia mater and arachnoid. 

d. Tuberculous meningitis. Meningitis tuberculosa. Syn, Acute 

hydrocephalus. 

792. Inflammation of the brain. Cerebritis. 

793. Red softening of the brain. Cerebri mollities rubra. 

794. Yellow softening of the brain. Cerebri mollities flava. 

795. Abscess of the brain. Abscessus cerebri. 

796. Congestion of the brain. Congestio cerebri. 

797. Apoplexy. Apoplexia. 

a. Serous apoplexy. Apoplexia serosa. 

6. Sanguineous apoplexy. Apoplexia hsemorrhagica. iS^t/72. Cere- 
bral hemorrhage. 

c. Meningeal apoplexy. Apoplexia meningealis. 



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DISEASES OF THE SPINAL CORD. 51 

798. Sun-stroke. Solis ictus. 

799. Chronic hydrocephalus. Hydrocephalus chronicus. 

800. Hypertrophy of the brain. Hypertrophia cerebri. 

801. Atrophy of the brain. Atrophia cerebri. 

Diminution of brain-substance without softening. 

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802. White softening of the brain. Cerebri mollities alba. Syn, 

Atrophic softening. 

803. Syphilitic disease. Morbus syphiliticus. 

804. Cancer. Carcinoma. 

805. Fibrous tumor. Tumor fibrosus. 

806. Osseous tumor. Tumor osseus. 

807. Tubercle of the brain. Tubercula cerebri. 

808. Parasitic disease. Morbus parasiticus. 

809. Malformations. Deformitates congenitse. 

810. Diseases of the cerebral arteries. Morbi arteriarum cerebri. 

a. Fatty degeneration. Degeneratio adiposa. Syn, Atheroma. 

h. Calcareous degeneration. Degeneratio calcarea. Sijn, Ossi- 
fication. 

c. Aneurism. Aneurysma. 

df. Impaction of coagula. Coagula impacta. Syn, Thrombosis 
and Embolism. 

DISEASES OF THE SPINAL CORD AND ITS MEMBRANES. 
MOBBI MED ULLJE SPINALIS MEMBBANAB UMQ UE EJUS. 

811. Spinal inflammation. Inflammatio spinalis. 

Note. — This term is to be used only when the precise seat of the 
inflammation has not been ascertained. 

812. Spinal meningitis. Meningitis spinalis. 

Inflammation of the membranes of the spinal cord. 

813. Myelitis. Myelitis. 

Inflammation of the substance of the spinal cord. 

814. Spinal hemorrhage. Hemorrhagia spinalis. Syn, Spinal apo- 

plexy. 

815. Spinal atrophy. Atrophia spinalis. Syn, Locomotor ataxy; 

Tabes dorsalis. 

816. White softening of the spinal cord. MeduUse mollities alba. 



52 NOMENCLATURE OF DISEASES. 

8 IT. Cancer. Carcinoma. 

818. Non-malignant tumors. Tumores non maligni. 

819. Malformations. Deformitates congenitse. 

820. Spinal dropsy. Hydrorachis. 

DISEASES OF THE NERVES. 
MOBBI NEB YOB UM. 

821. Neuritis. Neuritis. 

822. Atrophy. Atrophia. 

823. Cancer. Carcinoma. 

824. Neuroma. Neuroma. 

A tumor of innocent nature growing on or between the fasciculi of 
a nerve. 

825. Paralysis. Paralysis. 

a. General paralysis. Paralysis generalis. Syn, Paralysis of 

the insane. 

b. Hemiplegia. Hemiplegia. 

c. Paraplegia. Paraplegia. 

d. Locomotor ataxy. Ataxia motiis. 

e. Progressive muscular atrophy. Atrophia musculorum in- 

gravescens. 

/. Infantile paralysis. Paralysis infantilis. 
g. Local paralysis. Paralysis localis. 
h. Facial paralysis. Paralysis faciei. 
^. Scrivener's paralysis. Paralysis notariorum. 
k. Diphtheric paralysis. Paralysis diphtherica. 
L Lead palsy. Paralysis ex plumbo. 
m. Paralysis from lathyrus. Paralysis ex lathyro. 



FUNCTIONAL DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM. 

MOBBI APPABATUS NEBVOBUM AGTIONUM 

NATUBALIUM. 

826. Tetanus. Tetanus. 

82T. Hydrophobia. Hydrophobia. 

828. Infantile convulsions. Convulsio infantilis. 



DISORDERS OF THE INTELLECT. 53 

829. Epilepsy. Epilepsia. 

830. Convulsions. Convulsio. 

831. Muscular spasm. Spasmus musculorum. 

832. Laryngismus stridulus. Laryngismus stridulus. 8yn. Spasm 

of the glottis ; Child-crowing. 

833. Shaking palsy. Paralysis agitans. 

834. Chorea. Chorea. Syn, St. Yitus's dance. 
a. Acute. Acuta. 

h. Chronic. Chronica. 

835. Hysteria. Hysteria. 

836. Catalepsy. Catalepsia. 

83Y. Neuralgia. Neuralgia. 
Principal varieties, 
a. Facial neuralgia. Neuralgia faciei. Syn. Tic douloureux. 
h. Frontal neuralgia. Neuralgia frontis. 

c. Hemicrania. Hemicrania. 

d. Intercostal neuralgia. Neuralgia intercostalis. 

e. Sciatica. Sciatica. 

/. Irritable cicatrix. Cicatrix irritabilis. 

838. Hypersesthesia. Hypersesthesia. 

839. Anaesthesia. Anaesthesia. 

840. Hypochondriasis. Hypochondriasis.. 

DISORDERS OF THE INTELLECT. 
AFFE0TU8 MENTIS. 

841. Mania. Mania. 

a. Acute mania. Mania acuta. 

h. Chronic mania. Mania chronica. 

842. Melancholia. Melancholia. 

843. Monomania. Monomania. 

844. Dementia. Dementia. 

a. Acute dementia. Dementia acuta. 

b. Chronic dementia. Dementia chronica. 

845. Idiocy. Amentia. 

846. Imbecility. Imbecilitas. 



54 NOMENCLATURE OF DISEASES. 

DISEASES OF THE ORGANS OF THE SPECIAL SENSES. 
MORBI SENSUUM SINGULARIUM APPARATUS. 

DISEASES OF THE EYE. 
MORBI OGULORUM. 

DISEASES OF THE CONJUNCTIVA. 
MORBI CONJUNCTIVA. 
84T. Conjunctivitis. Conjunctivitis. Syn, Ophthalmia. 

848. Catarrhal conjunctivitis. Conjunctivitis cum catarrho. 

849. Pustular conjunctivitis. Conjunctivitis pustulosa. 

850. Purulent conjunctivitis. Conjunctivitis purulenta. 

851. Purulent conjunctivitis of infants. Conjunctivitis infantium 

purulenta. 

852. Scrofulous conjunctivitis. Conjunctivitis strumosa. Syn, Stru- 

mous ophthalmia. 

853. Gonorrhoeal conjunctivitis. Ophthalmia gonorrhoica. 

854. Chronic conjunctivitis. Lippitudo. Syn, Blear-eye. 

855. Granular lids. Trachoma. 

856. Chemosis. Chemosis. 
85T. Pinguecula. Pinguecula. 

858. Pterygium. Pterygium. 

859. Fatty tumor of the conjunctiva. Tumor adiposus in conjunc- 

tiva. 

860. Parasitic disease of the conjunctiva. Morbus parasiticus in 

conjunctiva. 

861. Metallic stains of the conjunctiva. MaculoB metallicae in con- 

junctiva. 

a. From nitrate of silver. Ex argenti nitrate. 
h. From lead. Ex plumbo. 

DISEASES OF THE CORNEA. 
MORBI CORNEJE. 

862. Keratitis. Keratitis. 

863. Chronic interstitial keratitis. Keratitis interior chronica. 

864. Keratitis with suppuration. Keratitis suppurans. Byn. On3'x. 



DISEASES OF THE CHOROID AND RETINA. 55 

865. Ulcer of the cornea. Ulcus corneae. 

866. Opacity of the cornea. Cornea opaca. Syn. Leucoma; Albugo. 
86Y. Conical cornea. Cornea cacuminata. 

868. Hydrophthalmia. Hydrophthalmia. 

869. Arcus senilis. Arcus senilis. 

8T0. Staphyloma of the cornea. Staphyloma corner. 

8Y1. Parasitic disease in the anterior chamber of the eye. Morbus 
parasiticus cavi oculi citerioris. 

DISEASES OF THE SCLEROTIC. 
MO RBI SCLEROTICA, 

8Y2. Sclerotitis. Sclerotitis. 

873. Staphyloma of the sclerotica. Staphyloma scleroticse. 

DISEASES OF THE IRIS. 

MQRBIIRIDIS. . \ .■ ■ 

8T4. Iritis. Iritis. 

8T5. Traumatic iritis. Iritis ex vulnere. 

876. Rheumatic iritis. Iritis rheumatica. 

877. Gouty iritis. Iritis arthritica. 

878. Syphilitic iritis. Iritis syphilitica. 

879. Scrofulous iritis. Iritis strumosa. 

880. Gonorrhoeal iritis. Iritis gonorrhoica. 

881. Sequelae of iritis. Consequentia ex iritide. 

882. Prolapsus of the iris. Prolapsus iridis. 

883. Malformations. Deformitates congenitae. 

DISEASES OF THE CHOROID AND RETINA. 
MORE I CHOROID 18 ET RETINjE. 

884. Choroiditis. Choroiditis. 

885. Retinitis. Retinitis. 

886. Choroidal apoplexy. Apoplexia choroidea. 

887. Embolism of the central artery of the retina. Embolismus arte- 

rioB centralis retinae. 

838. Amaurosis. Amaurosis. 



56 NOMENCLATURE OF DISEASES. 

889. Impaired vision. Yisus deterior. 

890. Albinism. Albitudo. 

DISEASES OF THE OPTIC NERVE. 
MOBBI NEBVI OPTIC L 

891. Optic neuritis. Neuritis optica. 

892. Cupping of the optic papilla. Excavatio papillae opticas. 

DISEASES OF THE VITREOUS BODY. 
MOBBI COBPOBIS VITBEL 

893. Synchysis. Synchysis. 

894. Muscae volitantes. Muscae volitantes. 

895. Various morbid deposits in the vitreous body. Deposita varia 

morbida in corpore vitreo. 

DISEASES OF THE LENS AND ITS CAPSULE. 
MOBBI LENTI8 CAP8ULuEQ UE EJUS, 

896. Cataract. Suffusio. 
a. Hard. Dura. 

h. Soft. Mollis, 
c. Fluid. Liquida. 
89T. Parasitic disease of the lens. Morbus lentis pai'asiticus. 

898. Malformations of the lens. Deformitates lentis congenitae. 
a. Congenital cataract. Saffasio congenita. 

899. Traumatic cataract. Snffasio ex vnlnere. 

GENERAL AFFECTIONS OF THE EYE. 
AFFEGTUS OCULI UNIVERSL 

900. Inflammation of the entire eyeball. Panophthalmitis. 

901. Glaucoma. Glaucoma. 

902. Sympathetic ophthalmia. Ophthalmia sympathetica. 

903. Cancer of the eye. Carcinoma oculi. 

904. Scrofulous deposit within the eyeball. Struma oculi interior. 

905. Total disorganization of the eye from injury. Oculus funditus in- 

juria, convulsus. 

906. Malformations. Deformitates congenitae. 



DISEASES OF THE EYELIDS. 57 

VARIOUS DEFECTS OF SIGHT. 
DEFECTIONES VARIJE VIS US. 

907. Short Bight. Myopia. 

908. Long sight. Hypermetropia. 

909. Faulty perception of colors. Dyschromatopsia. S^n, Color-blind- 

ness. 

910. Hemeralopia. Hemeralopia. Syn, Night-blindness. 

911. Nyctalopia. Nyctalopia. Syn. Day-blindness. 

912. Astigmatism. Astigmatism as. 

DISEASES OF THE LACHRYMAL APPARATUS. 
MORBI LACHRYMARUM APPARATUS. 

913. Lachrymal obstrnction. Obstrnctio lachrymalis. 

914. Abscess and fistula of the lachrymal sac. Abscessus et fistula 

sacci lachrymalis. 

915. Dacryolites. Dacryolithi. 

916. Diseases of the lachrymal gland and ducts. Morbi glandulse lachry- 

malis et ductuum ejus. 

DISEASES OF THE EYELIDS. 
MORBI PALPEBRARUM. 

917. Inflammation of the eyelids. Inflammatio palpebrarum. 

918. Stye. Hordeolum. 

919. Abscess in the Meibomian glands. Abscessus glandularum Meibo- 

mianarum. 

920. Epicanthis. Epicanthis. 

921. Entropium. Entropion. 

922. Ectropium. Ectropion. 

923. Trichiasis. Trichiasis. 

924. Distichiasis. Distichiasis. 

925. Madarosis. Madarosis. St/n. Loss of the eyelashes. 

926. Tarsal ophthalmia. Ophthalmia tarsi. 

927. Blepharospasm. Blepharospasmus. 

928. Ptosis. Ptosis. 

929. Hare-eye. Lagophthalmus. 
















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DISEASES OF THE NOSE. 59 

952. Parasitic disease of the meatus. Morbus meatus parasiticus. 

953. Malformations of the meatus. Deformitates meatus congenitse 

DISEASES OF THE MEMBRANA TYMPANI. 
MORBI MEMBRANJE TYMPANI. 

954. Myringitis. Myringitis. 

955. Ulceration of the membrana tympani. Membranae tympani exul- 

ceratio. 

956. Perforation of the membrana tympani. Membrana tympani per- 

forata. 

957. Calcareous deposits in the membrana tympani. Deposita calcarea 

in membran& tympani. 

DISEASES OF THE EUSTACHIAN TUBE AND TYMPANUM. 
MORBI TUBl EUSTACHIANI ET TYMPANI, 

958. Obstruction of the Eustachian tube. Tubi Eustachiani obstructio. 

959. Disease of the mucous membrane of the tympanum. Morbi mem- 

branae tympani mucosae. 

960. Disease of the ossicles. Morbi ossiculornm. 

961. Disease of the mastoid cells. Morbi cellarum mastoidearum. 

DISEASES OF THE INTERNAL EAR. 
MORBI A URIS INTERIORIS. 

962. Organic disease of the internal ear. Morbus auris interioris 

inheerens. 

963. Necrosis of the petrous bone. Ossis petrosi necrosis. 

964. Deafness. Surditas. 

a. Function^ or nervous. Naturalium actionum vel nervorum vitio. 
5. From organic disease. Ex morbo inhaerente. 
c. Deaf-dumbness. Mutorum. 

965. Malformations of the internal ear. Deformitates auris interioris 

congenitae. 

DISEASES OF THE NOSE. 
MORBI NASI. 

966. Hypertrophy of the nose. Hypertrophia nasi. i%«. Lipoma. 

967. Wart of the nose. Yerruca nasi. 

968. Sebaceous cyst of the nose. Cystis nasi sebacea. 



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60 NOMENCLATURE OF DISEASES. 

9G9. Epietaxis. Epistaxis. 

970. Coryza. Coryza. 

971. Ozteno. Ozmna. 
Membrance Schoeider- 

973. Abscess of the nasal Eeptum. Absccssns eepti nasi. 

974. Perforation of the nasal eepttmi. Septum nasi perforatum, 

975. Hypertrophy of tbe Schneiderian membrane. Membrane Schaei- 

deriana! hypertrophia, 

97G. Nasal polypus. Polypus nasi. 

a. Soft or gelatinous. Mollis stuegbitinosus. 

b. Hard or fibrous. Durus sive fibrosus. 

977. Naso-pharyn^ea! polypus. Polypus nasi ct pharyrigis. 
973. Tumors of the nasal septum. Septi nasi tnraores, 

979. Cancer of the nostril. Carcinoma naris, S^ji. Malignaut polypna. 

980. Ehinolites. Rhinolithi. Syn. Nasal calcoli. 

9Sl. Malformations of the nose. Deformitates nasi congenitie. 

982. Loss or perTersion of the sense of smell. Anosmia vel odoratus 
per versus. 



DISEASES OP THE ORGANS OF LOCOMOTION. 
JfOSBI OEGANORUM CORPUS MOVENTIVM. 

DISEASES OP BONES. 

MORBl OSSWif. 

Note. — In all cases the bones affected must be specified, 

983. Periostitis. Periostitis. 
a. Nodes. Nodi. 

984. Diffuse periostitis. Periostitis diffusa. Si/n. Acute sub -periosteal 

abscess. 

a. Acute necrosis. Necrosis acuta. 

985. Ostitis. Ostitis. 

986. Osteomyelitis. Osteomyelitis. 

a. Simple. Simplex. 

b. Suppurative. Suppurans. 
e. Gangrenous. Oangrfenosa. 



DISEASES OF JOINTS. 61 

987. Chronic abscess of bone. Abscessus ossis chronicns. 

988. Caries. Caries. 

989. Necrosis. Necrosis, 
o. Dry. Sicca. 

h. Moist. Hnmida. Syn, Mephitic gangrene of bone. 

990. Mollities ossiam. Mollitiesossiam. AS|^n. Osteomalacia. 
990a. Fragility of the bones. Fragilitas ossium. Syn, Sathyrosis. 

991. Hypertrophy of the bones. Hypertrophia ossiam. 

992. Atrophy of the bones. Atrophia ossium. 

993. Spontaneous fracture. (The cause, if known, should be stated.) 

Fractura sponte orta. 

994. Syphilitic disease of the bones. Morbus ossium syphiliticus. 

995. Cancer of the bones. Carcinoma ossium. 

996. Non-malignant tumors of the bones. Tumores ossium non maligni. 

997. Cyst of bone. Cystis ossis. 

998. Rickets. Rachitis. 

999. Tubercle of the bones. Tubercula ossium. 

1000. Osteoid aneurism. Aneurysma osteoides. 

1001. Parasitic disease of bone. Morbus ossium parasiticus. 

1002. Malformations of the bones. Deformitates congenitaB ossium. 

DISEASES OF JOINTS. 
MORBI ARTICULORUM. 

Note. — In all cases the joint affected is to be specified, 

1003. Synovitis. Synovitis. 
a. Acute. Acuta. 

h. Chronic. Chronica. 

1004. Arthritis. Arthritis. 

Inflammation involving all the structures of a joint. 

1005. Gelatinous arthritis. Arthritis gelatinosa. Syn, Scrofulous or 

strumous synovitis. 

Arthritis accompanied by gelatiniform or pulpy degeneration of the 
synovial membrane. 

1006. Ulceration of cartilages. Exulceratio cartilaginum. 

1007. Abscess of a joint. Abscessus articuli. Syn, Pyarthrosis. 



62 NOMENCLATURE OF DISEASES. 

1008. Ankylosis. Ankylosis. 

a. Deformity from ankylosis. Deformitas ex ankylose. 

1009. Dropsy of the joints. Hydrops articulorum. 

1010. Gonorrhoea! rheumatism. Rheumatismus gonorrhoicus. 

1011. Chronic osteo-arthritis. Osteo-arthritis chronica. Syn, Rheu- 

matoid arthritis. 

1012. Degeneration of cartilage, and of the articular surfaces of bones. 

Degeneratio cartilaginis et summorum ossium articularium. 

1013. Perforation of joints. Articuli perforati. 

1014. Loose cartilage.' Cartilago libera. Syn, Loose body in a joint. 

1015. Relaxation of the ligaments of a joint. Resolutio articuli ligamen- 

torum. • 

1016. Dislocation of the semilunar cartilages. Cartilaginum semiluna- 

rium luxatio. 

1017. Knock-knee. Genua introrsum flexa. 

1018. Bow-leg, or out-knee. Genua arcuata, 

1019. Tumors of the joints. Tumores articulorum. 

1020. Neuralgia of a joint. Neuralgia articuli. Syn, Hysterical joint 

DISEASES OF THE SPINE. 
MORBI SPINuE. 

1021. Ulceration of ligaments and cartilages of the spine. Exulceratio 

ligamentorum et cartilaginum spinse. 

1022. Caries and necrosis of the vertebrae. Caries et necrosis vertebrarum. 

a. Spontaneous fracture of the odontoid process. Fractura sponte 
orta processus odontoidis. 

1023. Psoas, lumbar, and other abscesses. Abscessus psoadici, lumbares, 

aliique. 

1024. Angular deformity of the spine. Deformitas angularis spinas. Sy7i, 

Cyphosis. 

1025. Lateral curvature of the spinc^ Curvatura ex transverso spinas. 

Syn, Scoliosis. 

1026. Anterior curvature of the spine. Curvatura in frontem spinse. 

Syn, Lordosis. 

102T. Rickety curvature of the spine. Curvatura spinas rachitica. 

1028. Ankylosis of the spine. Ankylosis spinas. 

1029. Chronic osteo-arthritis of the spine. Osteo-arthritis spinas chronica. 



DISEASES OF THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM. 63 

1030. Non-malignant tumors of the spine. Tamores spinas uon maligni. 

1031. Cancer of the spine. Carcinoma spinae. 

1032. Parasitic disease of the spine. Morbus spinas parasiticus. 

1033. Malformations of the spine. Deformitates spinae congenitae. 
a. Spina bifida. Spina bifida. 



DISEASES OF THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM. 
MORBI MUSCULORUM APPARATUS. 

Note. — In all cases the affected muscle or inuscles should be named, 

DISEASES OF THE MUSCLES. 
MORBI MUSCULORUM. 

1034. Myositis. Myositis. Syn, Inflammation of muscle. 

1035. Abscess of the muscles. Abscessns musculorum. 

1036. Gangrene of the muscles. Gangraena musculorum. 
103Y. Atrophy of the muscles. Atrophia musculorum. 

1038. Progressive muscular atrophy. Atrophia musculorum Ingravescens. 

1039. Fatty degeneration of the muscles. Degeneratio musculorum adi- 

posa. 

1040. Ossification of the muscles. Ossificatio musculorum. 

1041. Syphilitic disease of the muscles. Morbis musculorum syphili- 

ticus. 

1042. Cancer of the muscles. Carcinoma musculorum. 

1043. Non-malignant tumors of the muscles. Tumores non maligni 

musculorum. 

1044. Cyst ef the muscles. Cystis musculorum. 

1045. Infantile paralysis. Paralysis infantilis. 

1046. Parasitic disease of the muscles. Morbus parasiticus musculorum. 
a. Trichinosis. Trichinosis. 

1047. Spasm of the muscles. Spasmus musculorum. 

1048. Exhaustion of the muscles. Exinanitio virium musculorum. 

1049. Scrivener's palsy. Paralysis notariorum. 

1050. Diphtheric paralysis. Paralysis diphtherica. 



64 NOMENCLATURE OP DISEASES. 

DISEASES OF TENDONS. 
MORBI TENDINUM. 

1051. Inflammation of a tendon and its sheath. Teno-synovitis. Syn. 

Thecitis. j 

1052. Thecal abscess. Abscessns thecaram. , 
1063. Adhesion of tendons. Tendo adhaerens. I 

1054. Tnmors of tendons. Tamores tendinam. I 

1055. Ganglion. Ganglion. i 
a. Dififased palmar ganglion. Ganglion palmare diffnsnm. 

1056. Contraction of tendons, fasciae, or muscles. Contractio tendinam, 

fasciarum, ant mnsculorum. 

1057. Club-foot. Talipes. 

a. Talipes varus. .Talipes varus. 
h. Talipes valgus. Talipes valgus. 

c. Talipes equinns. Talipes equinus. 

d. Talipes calcaneus. Talipes calcaneus. 

6. Talipes calcaneo-varns. Talipes calcaneo-varus. 

/. Talipes equino-valgus. Talipes equino-valgus. Syn, Flat-foot ; 
Splay-foot. 

1058. Club-hand. Manns curta. 

1059. Contracted palmar fascia. Arcus palmaris contractus. 

1060. Wry-neck. Torticollis. 

DISEASES OF BURS^. 
MORBI B YRSAR UM. 

1061. Enlarged bursa patellae. Byrsa patellae amplificata. Syn, House- 

maid's knee. 

1062. Enlargement of other bursas (specify which). Byrsarum aliarum 

amplificatio. 

1063. Bursal tumor. Tumor byrsae. 

A solid tumor, the result of old enlargement of a bursa. 

1064. Bursal abscess. Abscessus byrsae. 

1065. Bunion. Bunion. 



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INJURIES. 
INJURIA, 

GENERAL INJURIES. 
INJURIA IN GORP ORE UNIVERSO. 

1066. Barns and scalds (inclnding explosions). Ambnsta. 

1067. Lightning Btroke. FulminiB ictns. 

1068. Maltiple injury. (The canse and extent to be stated.) iDJnria 

maltiplex. 

1069. Apncea. Apn<Ba. Syn. Asphyxia. 

a. From drowning. Ex sabmersioue. 

b. From hanging. Ex saspendio. 

c. From strangling. Ex strangalatione. 



e. Prom overlying. Ex corpore superincnbante. 

/ From crnshing. Ex compressn. 

g. From gaseons poisons. Ex Taporibns pestiferis. 
1010. Privation. Fames. Syn. Starvation. 
lOTl. Exposure to cold. Frigns. 
1072. Infant exposure. Inrantium expositio. 
1013. Neglect. Incnria. 



LOCAL INJURIES. 
INJURIA SING UL ARES. 



INJDRIE3 OF THE HKAD AND FACE. 
INJVRl.^ IN CAPITE ET FACIE. 



10T4. Contnsion of the head. Contusnm in capite. 

a. Cepbaleematoma. Gephaleematoma. 

1075. Scalp-wonnd: bone not exposed . Valnns capitis cutis, osse non 
nndato. 
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66 NOMENCLATURE OF DISEASES. 

1076. Scalp-wound: bone exposed. Yalnus capitis catis, osse nadato. 
10T7. Concussion of the brain. Concussio cerebri. 

1078. Fracture of the vault of the skull. Fractura calvarise superioris, 

a. Simple, without depression. Simplex, osse nou depresso. 

b. Simple, with depression. Simplex, osse depresso. 

c. Compound, without depression. Foras patens, osse non depresso. 

d. Compound, with depression. Foras patens, osse depresso. 

1079. Hernia cerebri. Hernia cerebri. Syn, Fungus cerebri. 

1080. Fracture of the base of the skull. Fractura basis calvarisB. 

1081. Wound of the skull. Vulnus calvaria3. 

1082. Laceration of the brain without fracture of the skull. Laceratio 

cerebri sine fractura calvarise. 

1083. Injuries of the cerebral vessels. (Specify which.) Injurise vasis 

cerebri illatsB. 

1084. Injuries of the cerebral nerves. Injuriae nervis cerebri illatse. 

B.— OF THE FACE. 
B.^IN 'FACIE. 

1085. Contusion of the face. Contusum in facie. 

1086. Wound of the face. Yulnus in facie. 

1087. Injuries of the vessels of the face. (Specify which.) Injuriae vasis 

faciei illatse. 

1088. Foreign bodies in the ear. Corpora adventitia in aure sita. 

1089. Foreign bodies in the nose. Corpora adventitia in naribus sita. 

1090. Foreign bodies in the antrum. Corpora adventitia in antro sita. 

1091. Foreign bodies in the soft parts. Corpora adventitia in partibus 

mollibus sita. 

1092. Fracture of the facial bones. Fractura ossium faciei. 

1093. Fracture of the lower jaw. Fractura maxillae inferioris. 

1094. Dislocation of the jaw. Maxillae luxatio. 

1095. Injuries of the teeth and alveoli. Injuriae dentibus alveolisque 

illatae. 

INJURIES OF THE EYE. 
INJURIA IN OCULO. 

1096. Contusion of the eye. Oculus contusus. 

1097. Contusion of the eye, with rapture of the sclerotic. Contusus 

oculus, ruptd sclerotica. Syn, Ruptured globe. 



INJURIES OF THE NECK. 67 

1 098. Contusion of the eye, with dislocation of the lens. Contusiis oculns, 

lente luxata. 

1099. Contusion of the eye, with hemorrhage into the globe. Contusns 

oculns, cum hsemorrhagia interiore. 

1100. Foreign bodies in the cornea or conjunctiva. Corpora adventitia 

in corneam vel conjunctivam recepta. 

1101. Foreign bodies in the cavity of the eye. Corpora adventitia intra 

oculnm recepta. 

1102. Wound of the eyelids. Vulnus palpebrarum. 

1103. Wound of the conjunctiva. Vulnus conjunctivae. 

1104. Wound of the sclerotic. Vulnus scleroticae. 

1105. Wound of the cornea. Vulnus corneae. 

1106. Wound of the lens. Vulnus lentis. 

HOY. Wound of the iris. Vulnus iridis. 

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1108. Dislocation of the globe of the eye. Luxatio ocnli. 

1109. Wounds and injuries of the parts within the orbit. Vulnera vel 

injurise intra orbitam acceptse. 

1110. Chemical injuries of the eyelids and eye. InjurisB chemicae palpe- 

bris et oculo illatse. 

1111. Burns and scalds of the eye. Ambusta in oculo. 

INJURIES OP THE NECK. 
INJURIA IN CERVICE, 

1112. Contusion of the soft parts of the neck. Contusum in cervicis 

partibus mollibus. 

1113. Fracture of the hyoid bone. Fractura ossis hyoidis. 

1114. Fracture of the cartilages of the larynx. Fractura cartilaginum 

laryngis. 

1115. Rupture of the trachea. Diruptio tracheae. 

1116. Dislocation of the hyoid bone. Ossis hyoidis luxatio. 

1117. Wound of the neck. Vulnus in cervice. 

a. Superficial. Non-penetrans. 

h. Penetrating. Penetrans. Syn, Cut-throat. 

c. Gunshot. Sclopeticum. 

d. From the mouth. Ex ore. 

1118. Injuries of the cervical vessels. (Specify which.) Injuries vasis 

cervicis illatae. 



68 NOMENCLATURE OF DISEASES. 

1119. Burn or scald of the larynx. Ambusta in larynge. 

1120. Foreign bodies in the air-passages. Corpora adventitia in spiritus 

itineribus. 

1121. Foreign bodies in the pharynx. Corpora adventitla in pharynge. 

1122. Foreign bodies in the oesophagus. Corpora adveutitia in ©so- 

phago. 

1123. Injury of the pharynx and oesophagus by corrosive substances. 

Injuria exedentium in pharynge et cesophago. 

INJURIES OF THE CHEST. 
INJURIjE in T HORACE. 

1124. Contusion of the chest. Contusum in thorace. ' 

1125. Fracture of the ribs or costal cartilages without injury to the lung. 

Fractura costarum vel cartilaginum costalium illseso pul- 
mone. 

1126. Fracture of the ribs or costal cartilages with injury to lung. Frac- 

tura costarum vel cartilaginum costalium Iseso pulmone. 

1127. Fracture of the sternum. Fractura sterni. 

1128. Wound of the thoracic parietes. Vulnus laterum thoracis. 

1129. Perforating wound of the chest. Vulnus perforans thoracis. 

1130. Penetrating wound of the pleura or lung. Vulnus penetrans 

pleurae vel pulmonis. 

1131. Wound of the anterior mediastinum. Vulnus mediastini prioris. 

1132. Wound of the pericardium and heart. Vulnus pericardii et.cordis. 

1133. Injuries of thoracic vessels. (Specify which.) Injurise vasis tho- 

racis illatse. 

1134. Rupture of the heart or lung without wound or fracture. Dirup- 

tio cordis vel pulmonis citra vulnus aut fracturam. 

INJURIES OF THE BACK. 
INJURIA A TERGO. 

1135. Contusion of the back. Contusum k tergo. 

1136. Sprain of the back. Stremma a tergo. 
113Y. Wound of the back. Vulnus a tergo. 

1138. Fracture and dislocation of the spine. Spina fracta et luxata. 

1139. Injury of the spinal cord without known fracture. Injuria in 

medulla spinali sine cognita fractura. 



INJURIES OF THE PELVIS. 69 

INJURIES OF THE ABDOMEN. 
INJURIA IN VENTRE, 

1140. Contusion of the abdomen. Contusum in ventre. 

1141. Contusion of the abdomen with rupture of muscles. Contusum in 

ventre ruptis musculis. 

1142. Contusion of the abdomen with rupture of viscera. Contusum in 

ventre ruptis visceribus. 

1143. Wound of the abdominal parietes. Vulnus abdominis. 

1144. Wound of the abdominal parietes with protrusion of uninjured vis- 

cera. Yulnus abdominis cum prolapsione viscerum illaesorum. 

1145. Wound of the abdominal parietes with protrusion of wounded vis- 

cera. Yulnus abdominis cum prolapsione viscerum laesorum. 

1146. Wound of the abdominal parietes with wound of unprotruded 

viscera. Yulnus abdominis cum vulnere viscerum in sede 
manentium. 

1147. Wound of abdominal viscera without wound of parietes. Yulnus 

viscerum sine abdominis vulnere. 

1148. Injuries of abdominal vessels. (Specify which.) Injurias vasis 

ventris illataB. 

1149. Foreign bodies in the peritoneal cavity. Corpora adventitia in 

peritonaBO sita. 

1150. Foreign bodies in the stomach. Corpora adventitia in ventriculo 

sita. 

1151. Foreign bodies or concretions in the intestine. Corpora adventitia 

vel concreta in intestinis sita. 

1152. Abdominal fistula from injury, and artificial anus. Fistula abdo- 

minis ex injuria, anusque nothus. 

INJURIES OF THE PELVIS. 
INJURIA IN PELVI. 

1153. Contusion of the pelvis. Contusum in pelvi. 

1154. Wound of the male perineum, scrotum, and penis. ' Yulnus perinei 

masculi, scroti, colisque. 

1155. Wound of the female perineum and vulva. Yulnus perinei fceminei 

vulvsBque. • 

1156. Wound of the vagina and internal female organs. Yulnus vaginae 

partiumque interiorum in foeminis. 

115Y. Wound of the rectum. Yulnus recti intestini. 



70 NOMENCLATURE OF DISEASES. 

1158. Wound of the anas. Ynlnns ani. 

1159. Wound of the bladder. Vulnus vesicas. 

1160. Rupture of the bladder without external wound. Diruptio vesicae 

sine vulnere aperto. 

1161. Rupture of the bladder from fracture. Diruptio vesicas ex frac- 

tura. 

1162. Injuries of the pregnant uterus. Injuriae utero gravido illatae. 

1163. Injuries of the pelvic vessels. (Specify which.) Injuriae vasis 

pelvis illatae. 

1164. Foreign bodies in the vagina. Corpora adventitia in vagin^ sita. 

1165. Foreign bodies in the rectum. Corpora adventitia in recto intes- 

tino sita. 

11 66. Foreign bodies in the bladder and urethra. Corpora adventitia in 

vesica et urethra sita. 

1167. Fracture or dislocation of the pelvis. Fractura vel luxatio pelvis. 

1168. Fracture or dislocation of the pelvis, with rupture of the bladder 

or urethra. Fractura vel luxatio pelvis, cum diruptione 
vesicae vel urethras. 



INJURIES OF THE UPPER EXTREMITIES. 
INJURIJE IN MEMBRIS SUPERI0RIBU3. 

Note. — The particular part affected is to be specified, 

1169. Contusion. Contusum. 

11 to. Sprain. Stremma. 

1171. Wound. Vulnus. 

1172. Wounds of joints. Vulnera articulorum. 

1173. Injuries of vessels. Injuriae vasis illatae. 

1 174. Foreign bodies imbedded. Corpora adventitia inhaerentia. 

1175. Separation of epiphyses. Diductio epiphysium. 

1176. Greenstick fracture, or bending of bone. Fractura surcularia, wrtf 

flexura ossis. 

1177. Fracture. Fractura. 

a. Simple. Simplei. 

b. Compound. Foras patens. 

Fracture of the clavicle. Fractura claviculae. 
Fracture of the scapula. Fractura scapulae. 



INJURIES OF THE LOWER EXTREMITIES. 71 

Fracture of the humerus. Fraetura humeri. 

Fracture of the radius and ulna. Fraetura radii et ulnaB. 

Fracture of the carpus, metacarpus, and phalanges. Fraetura 
carpi, metacarpi, phalangiumque. 

1118. Ununited fracture, or false joint. Fraetura non coiens, sive articu- 
lus uothus. 

Ilt9. Dislocation. Luxatio. 

a. Simple. Simplex. 

b. Compound. Foras patens. 

Dislocation of the sterno-clavicular joint. Luxatio claviculee 
a parte sterni. 

Dislocation of the acromio-clavicular joint. Luxatio claviculaj 
a parte scapulas. 

Dislocation of the shoulder. Luxatio humeri. 

Dislocation of the elbow. Luxatio cubiti. 

Dislocation of the wrist or carpus. Luxatio carpi. 

Dislocation of the thumb. Luxatio pollicis. 

Dislocation of the phalanges. Luxatio phalangium. 

INJURIES OP THE LOWER EXTREMITIES. 

INJURIA IN MEMBRIS INFERIORIBUS. 

Note. — The particular part affected is to be specified, 

1180. Contusion. Contusum. 

1181. Sprain. Stremma. 

1182. Wound. Vulnus. 

1183. Wounds of joints. Vulnera articulorum. 

1184. Injuries of vessels. Injuria vasis illatae. 

1185. Foreign bodies imbedded. Corpora adventitia inhaerentia. 

1186. Separation of epiphyses. Diductio epiphysium. 

118T. Fracture. Fraetura. 

«. Simple. Simplex. 

h. Compound. Foras patens. 

Fracture of the femur. Fraetura femoris. 

Fracture of the cervix femoris. Fraetura cervicis femoris. 

a. Intracapsular. Intra capsulam. 

b. Extracapsular. Extra capsulam. 






72 NOMENCLATURE OF DISEASES. 

Fracture of the great trochanter. Fractura processus majoris. 

Fracture of the patella. Fractura patellae. 

Fracture of the tibia and fibula. Fractura tibiae et fibulae. 

Fracture of the bones of the foot. Fractura ossium pedis. 

Ununited fracture, or false joint. Fractura non coiens, sive 
articulus nothus. 

1188. Dislocation. Luxatio. 

a. Simple. Simplex. 

b. Compound. Foras patens. 

Dislocation of the hip. Luxatio femoris. 

Dislocation of the patella. Luxatio patellae. 

Dislocation of the knee. Luxatio genu. 

Dislocation of the head of fibula. Luxatio fibulae capitis. 

Dislocation of the foot (at the ankle). Luxatio pedis. 

Dislocation of the foot at calcaneo-astragaloid and scapho- 
astragaloid joints. Luxatio pedis inter calcaneum et as- 
tragalum et inter os scaphoides et astragal um. 

Dislocation of the astragalus. Luxatio astragali. 

Dislocation of the calcaneum. Luxatio calcanei. 

Dislocation of the other tarsal bones. Luxatio caeterum tarsi 
ossium. 

Dislocation of the metatarsus and phalanges. Luxatio meta- 
tarsi et phalangium. 

INJURIES OP THE ABSORBENT SYSTEM. 
INJURIJE IN ORGANIS ABSORBENTIBUS. 

1189. Foreign bodies or concretions. Corpora advent! tia vel concreta. 

1190. Wound of lymphatics. Vulnus vasorum lymphiferorum. 



INJURIES NOT CLASSIFIED. 
INJURIA NON IN GLASSES DISTRIB UTM 

1191. Rupture of muscles. Diruptio musculorum. 

1192. Rupture of tendons. Diruptio tendinum. 

1193. Foreign substances in the cellular tissue. Corpora adventitia in 

membrand. cellulose. 



POISONS. 73 



CONDITIONS NOT NECESSARILY ASSOCIATED WITH 

GENERAL OR LOCAL DISEASES. 

C0NDITI0NE8 NON EX NECESSITATE GUM MORBTS 
CONJUNCT^ SIVE CORPORIS UNI VE RSI SIVE FAR- 
TIUM SING ULAR UM. 

1194. Still-born. Partus emortuus. 

1195. Premature birth. Partus interapestivus. 

1196. Old age. Senectus. 
119T. Debility. Debilitas. 



POISONS. 

VENENA. 



METALS AND THEIR SALTS. 
METALLA ET SALES METALLIC!. 

1198. Arsenic. Arsenicum. 

1199. Mercury. Hydrargyrum. 

1200. Lead. Plumbum. 

1201. Copper. Cuprum. 

1202. Antimony. Antimonium. 

1203. Zinc. Zincum. 

1204. Silver. Argentum. 

1205. Iron. Ferrum. 

1206. Bismuth. Bismuthum. 
120T. Chrome. Chromium. 

1208. Cyanide of potassium. Potassii cyanidum. 

CAUSTIC ALKALIES. 
ALCALIA CAUSTIC A. 

1209. Potash. Potassa. 

1210. Soda. Soda- 

1211. Ammonia. Ammonia. 

1212. Alkaline salts. Sales alcalini. 



74 NOMENCLATURE OP DISEASES. 



METALLOIDS. 
METALLOIDEA. 

1213. Phosphorus. Phosphorus. 

1214. Iodine. lodininm. 

ACIDS. 
ACID A. 

1215. Sulphuric acid. Acidum sulphuricum. 

1216. Nitric acid. Acidum nitricum. 
121'r. Muriatic acid. Acidum muriaticum. 

1218. Phosphoric acid. Acidum phosphoricum. 

1219. Oxalic acid. Acidum oxalicum. 

1220. Tartaric acid. Acidum tartaricum. 

VEGETABLE POISONS. 
VENENA VEGETABILIA. 

1221. Savin. Sabina. 

1222. Croton oil. Oleum tiglii. 

1223. Elaterium. Elaterium. 

1224. Colchicum. Colchicum. 

1225. Black hellebore. Helleborus niger. 

1226. White hellebore. Yeratrum album. 
1226a. Green hellebore. Veratrum viride. 

a. Yeratria. Yeratria. 
122t. Squill. Scilla. 

1228. Ergot. Ergota. 

1229. Opium. Opium. 

a. Morphia. Morphia. 
1230., Indian and American hemp. Cannabis Indica et Americana. 

1231. Alcohol. Alcohol. 

1232. Ether, ^ther. 

1233. Chloroform. Chloroformum. 

1234. Hj^oscyamus. Hyoscyamus. Syn. Henbane. 



VEGETABLE POISONS. 75 

1235. Belladonna. Belladonna, 
a. Atropia. Atropia. 

1236. Stramonium. Stramonium. Syn. Jamestown weed. 

123T. Prussic acid. Acidum hydrocyanicum. 

a. Oil of bitter almonds. Oleum amj'gdalae aniarae. 
h. Laurel water. Aqua laurocerasi. 

1238. Nitro-benzole. Nitro-benzoleum. 

1239. Woorara. Curara. Syn, Wourali. 

1240. Conium. Conium. Syn. Hemlock. 

1241. Aconite. Aconitum. 
a, Aconitia. Aconitia. 

1242. Digitalis. Digitalis. 

a. Digitalin. Digitalinum. 

1243. Tobacco. Tabacum. 
a, Nicotia. Nicotia. 

1244. Hemlock dropwort. (Enanthe crocata. 

1245. Nux vomica. Nux vomica, 
a. Strychnia. Strychnia. 

h. Brucia. Brucia. 

1246. Upas tieute. Upas tieuticum. 

1247. Upas antiar. Upas antiaricum. 

1248. Calabar bean. Physostigma. 

1 249. FooPs parsley, -^thusa cynapium. 

1250. Water hemlock. Cicuta virosa. 

1251. Camphor. C amphora. 

1252. Cocculus Indicus. Cocculus Indicus. 

1253. Darnel. Lolium temulentum. 

1254. Lobelia. Lobelia. 

1255. Laburnum. Laburnum. 

1256. Yew. Taxus baccata. 

125 T. Poisonous fungi. Fungi venenosi. 
a. Mouldy bread. Pan is mucidus. 

1258. Poisonous grain. Grana venenosa. 
a, Lathyrus. Lathyrus. 






76 NOMENCLATURE OF DISEASES. 

ANIMAL POISONS. 
VENENA ANIMALIA. 

1259. Cantharides. Cantharis. Syn, Spanish flies. 

1260. Decayed and diseased meat. Caro rancida et morbida. 

1261. Poisonous meat. Caro venenosa. 
a. Sausages. Botuli. 

1262. Poisonous cheese. Caseus venenosus. 

1263. Poisonous milk. Lac venenosum. 

1264. Poisonous fish. Pisces venenosi. 
a. Mussels. Musculi. 

GASEOUS POISONS. 
VENENA AERIA. 

1265. Ammonia. Ammonia. 

1266. Nitrous acid vapor. Acidi nitrosi vapor. 
126T. Chlorine. Chlorinium. 

1268. Carbonic acid. Acidum carbonicum. 

1269. Carbonic oxide. Oxidum carbonicum. 
12T0. Goal gas. Carbonis vapor. 

1271. Cyanogen. Cyanogenium. 

1272. Sulphuretted hydrogen. Hydrogenii sulphuretum. 

1273. Putrid and morbid exhalations. Exhalationes putridse etpesti- 

ferae. 

1274. Other noxious effluvia. Alise exhalationes noxise. 

MECHANICAL IRRITANTS. , 

CORPORA IRRITANTIA. 

1275. Pounded glass. Vitrum contusum. 

1276. Steel filings. Ferri ramenta. 

POISONED WOUNDS. 
VULNERA VENENO INFECT A. 

Wounds inoculated with foreign matter, producing general symptoms 
of poisoning, or propagating inflammation to other parts of the body. 

1277. By venomous animals. Ex animalibus venenosis. 
a. Snakes. Serpentibus. 



H 



POISONED WOUNDS. 77 

b. Scorpions. Scorpionibus. 

c. Stinging insects. Insectis aculeatis. 

12T8. By animals having infectious disease. Ex animalibus morbis 
contagiosis afflictis. 

a. Glanders. Equinia. 

b. Farcy. Farciminum. 

c. Grease. Equinia mitis. 

d. Malignant pustule. Pustula maligna. 

e. Rabies. Hydrophobia. 
/. Cowpox. Yaccinia. 

12t9. By dead animal matter. Ex corporibus animalium mortuorum. 

1280. By morbid secretions. Ex humoribus morbidis. 

1281. By^ vegetable substances. Ex materia vegetabili. 

a. By poisoned arrows. Ex sagittis venenatis. 

b. By subcutaneous injection. Ex infusione hypodermica. 

1282. By mineral substances. Ex materia mineral!. 



APPENDIX. 



SURGICAL OPERATIONS. 
OPERATIONES CHIRURGICM 



OPERATIONS ON THE EYE AND ITS APPENDAGES. 

OPERATIONES GIRO A OGULUM APPENDIGESQUE 

OGVLL 



OPERATIONS ON THE EYELIDS. 
OPERATIONES CIRCA PALPEBRAS, 

For entropium. Adversus entropion. 

For ectropium. Adversus ectropion. 

For symblepharon and anchyloblepharon. Adversus sjmblepharon et 
anchyloblepharon. 

For trichiasis. Adversus trichiasim. 

For tumor of the eyelids. Adversus tumorera palpebrarum. 

OPERATIONS ON THE OTHER APPENDAGES OF THE EYE. 
OPERATIONES CIRCA C^TERAS OCULI APPENDICES. 

For strabismus. Adversus strabismum. 

For pterygium. Adversus pterygium. 

For fistula lachryraalis and lachrymal obstruction. Adversus fistulam 
lacrymalem et obstructionem lacrymalem. 

For diseases of the lachrymal gland. Adversus morbos glandulse lacry- 
malis. 

OPERATIONS ON THE EYEBALL. 
OPERATIONES CIRCA IP SUM OCULUAL 

Artificial pupil. Pupilla factitia. 
Iridectomy. Iridectomia. 
Solution of the lens. Solutio lentis. 
Depression of the lens. Depressio lentis. 



APPKNDIX. SURGICAL OPERATIONS. 79 

Extraction of the lens. Detract! o lentis. 

Extraction of opaque capsule. Detractio capsulse opacse. 

Extraction of foreign bodies. Detractio corporum adventitiorum. 

Laceration of opaque capsule. Laceratio capsulse opacse. 

Puncture of the globe. Punctio oculi. 

For staphyloma. Adversus staphyloma. 

Excision of the eyeball. Excisio oculi. 

a. Partial. Ex parte. 

h. Total. Ex to to. 

c. With the rest of the contents of the orbit. Cum reliquis partibus 
intra orbitam sitis. 

Removal of tumors from the neighborhood of the eye. Detractio tumorum 
oculo circumjacentium. 



OPERATIONS ON ARTERIES. 

OPERATIONES CIRCA ARTERIAS, 

Note. — The artery should be specified. 

Ligation. Deligatio. 

Temporary constriction. Constrictio temporaria. 

Acupressure. Acupressura. 

Torsion. Torsio. 

OPERATIONS ON ANEURISMS. 
OPERATIONES CIRCA ANEVRYSMATA. 

Note. — The seat of the aneurism should he specified. 

By compression of the artery. Compressio arteriae. 

By ligation of the artery. Deligatio arterise. 

By incision of the sac. Sectio sacci. 

By artificial coagulation of blood. Coagulatio sanguinis artificiosa. 

By manipulation. Contrectatio. 

By flexion of the limb. Flexio membri. 

OPERATIONS ON VEINS. 
OPERATIONES CIRCA VENAS. 

Ligation of veins. Deligatio venarum. 

Obliteration of varicose veins. Obliteratio varicum. 



80 Al'PENUIS. SURGICAL OPERATIONS. 

Obliteration of varicocele. Obliteratio cirsoceles. 
Veueseetion. Venesectio. 

OPERATIONS FOR HEMORBHAGB FROM MUCODS CAVITIES. 
'ERATIONES ADVEJiSUS Jl^.\ 
MUCOl 

Plugging of the nostrils. Obturatio uarium. 
Plugging of the vagina. Obturatio vaginfc. 
Plugging of the rectum. Obturntio recti intestioi. 

OPERATIONS ON JOINTS. 
OPERATIONES CIRCA ARTiCULOS. • 

NoTB. — Thejoittls should be epecijied. 
Reduction of dislocations, llednctio lusationum. 

Extension of stiff and deformed joints. Bxteusio rigidorum et deformium 
articulovum. 

Incision of joints. Sectio articulorum. 

Excision of Joints. Escisio articulorum. 

a. For injury, lujurise causd. 

Primary. Expedita. 

Intermediate. No n -expedita. 

Secondary. Prorogata. 

L. For disease. Morbi causA. 

c. For deformity. Dcformitatis caasA. 

Bemoval of loose bodies. Detractio corporum liberorum. 

OPERATIONS ON BONES. 
OPERATIONES CIRCA OSSA 
Excision of bones. Escisio ossium. 

a. For injury. • Injuria causS. 

Primary. E.xpedita, 
Intermediate, Non-expedita, 
Secondary, Prorogata. 

b. For disease. Morbi causS. 




APPENDIX. SURGICAL OPERATIONS. 81 

c. For deformity. Deforraitatis caas£. 
From the head. Ex capite. 
Trephining. Tercbratio. 
Prom the truDk. Ex tronco. 

From the upper extremities. Ex membris saperioribQa. 
From the lower estreiuitiea. Es membris inferioribua. 

Operations for ununited fracture. (Specify which bone.) OpcratioDes 

adrersus fracturam non-coieaaten]. 

Befractnre of bone. (Specify which bone.) Befroctara ossium. 
AMPUTATIONS. 
AMPUTATIONES. 
Amputation for injory. Ampntatio iojuriEe causS. 

a. Primary. Expedita. 

b. Intermediate. No n -expedita. 

c. Secondary, Prorogata. 

Amputation for disease. Ampntatio morbi caus&. 
Amputation for deformity. Ampntatio deformitatis caos&. 



Of the shoulder-joint. Hnmeri. 
Of the arm. Brachii. 
Of the forearm. Antibrachii. 
Of the hand. Mauiia. 

At the wrist-joint. A carpi articolo. 

Of parts of the hand. Fartium manua siDgularm 

Of the fiogera. Digitorum. 
Of the hip-joint. Ad sinum coste. 
Of the thigh. Pemoria. 
Of the knee-joint. Genu. 
Of the leg. Cruris. 
Of the ankle-joint. Articuli talaris. 
Across the foot. Pedis transversi. 
Of the metatarsal bones. Ossinm metatarsi. 
Of the toes. Digitorum pedis. 



APPEyUlX, SURGItlAL 0PE!tATI0X3. 

REMOVAL OF TUMORS. 
DETRAVTIO TUMORUM. 

accoedin-j In the lilt nf tiiiaon 

REMOVAL OF FOREIGN BOOrES. 
DETIIACTIO COllPORUM ADVENTITIORUM. 



Of loose cartilnges. Cflrtiiiiginui 
Of balls. Qlandium pliiraben.rum. 



RKMOVAL OF CALCULF. 
DETIIACTIO CALCULORUM. 

Of sftlivary calculi. Ciilcnloniin salivosoi-um. 
Of biliary calculi. Calcubrurn felleorura. 
Of vesical calculi. CalcQlonira ex vesica, 
a. By lilliotomy. LiLhotoniia. 

Siiprti-pubic. Supra piibem. 
Lateral. Ab altenilro latere. 
Bilateral. Ab ulroque latere. 
Median. A medid parte. 
Becto-veaical. A parte recti inteslini. 
6. By lithotrity. Lithotripais. 

f. By dilatation of female uretlirn. Dilatatio urethra; fccmiiieoc. 
d. By extractioD of fragments. Evulsio fragmentorum. 

INCiatONS. 
SECTIONES. 

Horm.—I/ subculaneout, Id be so slated. 

Neurotomy. Neurotomin. 

Lnrjngalomy. Laryugotomia. 

Tracheotomy. Tracbeotoniia. 

Kenioval of forcijrn bodies from the windpipe. Evidsio ( 
gutture corporniiL adventitiorura. 

OSsophagotoniy. (Esophagotomia. 

Onstrotomy (o]ieiiLiig the stomach}. (Jastrotomia. 



APPENDIX. SURGICAL OPERATIONS. 83 

Alxlominal section (exploratory operation on the intestines). Sectio abdo- 
minis. 

Colotomy. Colotomia. 

a, Ingaiual. A parte inguinis. 
h, Lnmbar. A parte lamboram. 

For hernia. Adversas herniam. 

Note, — The nature of the hernia to be stated. 

a. For strangalated hernia. Adversas herniam strangutatam. 
Opening the sac. Aperiendo velamento. 

Without opening the sac. lUseso velamento. 

h. Radical cure. Restitutio in integrum. 

For stricture of the rectum. Adversus stricturam recti intestini. 

Incision of the sphincter ani. Sectio sphincteris ani. 

For fistula in ano. Adversus fistulam in a no. 

For anal fissure. Adversus fissuram in ano. 

For ulcer of the rectum. Adversus ulcus recti intestini. 

External urethrotomy. Urethrotomia exterior. 

Internal urethrotomy. Urethrotomia interior. 

Sudden dilatation or rupture of stricture. Dilatatio prompta vel diruptio 
stricturaB. 

Ovariotomy. Exsectio ovarii. 

CaBsarean section. Sectio Caesarea. 

Removal of foetal remains. Detractio reliquiarum foetus. 

Tenotomy. Tenontomia. 

Myotomy. Myotomia. 

Vaccination. Vaccinatio. 

REPARATIVE OPERATIONS. 
OPERA TIONES REFICIENTI^. 

For chronic ulcer. Adversus ulcus vetnstum. 

For abdominal fistula. Adversus fistulam abdominis. 

For cicatrices. Adversus cicatrices, 
a. Of the nose. Nasi. 
6. Of the eyelids. Palpebrarum, 
c. Of the lips. Labiorum. 



APPKSDIX. 



OPERATIONS. 



d. Of the neck, 

e. Of the limbs. 



Cerv 



jMemlaroruiu. 

For recto- urethral fistula. Adversus fistulam rec I. o -urethral em, 

For recto-vnginal fistula. Adversus fistulam reclo-vaginalera. 

For ntero-vesical fistula. Adversas fistulara utero -vesical em. 

For Tesieo-Tagiual fistula. Adversus fistnlam Tesico-vaginalem, , 

For perineal rapture. Ad?ersu3 perioei diruptionem. 

For protrusion of the tubnli of the testis, or fungus testis. Adveri 
gum testiculi. 

For deformities. Adversus deforniitates. 

a. For harelip. Adversus labrum leporinum. 

6. For deft palate. Adversus palatum fissum. 

c. For phimosis. Adversus iihimosira.* 



OPERATJONS NOT CLASSIFIED. 
OPERATIONES NON IN CLASSES DISTRIDUTjE. 
Tapping. Paracentesis. 

a. Tapping the head. Paracentesis capitis. 

b. Tapping a spina bifida. Paracentesis spinas bifidse. 

c. Tapping the chest. Paracentesis thoracis. 

d. Tapping the pericai-dium. Paracentesis pericardii. 

e. Tapping the abdomen. Paracentesis abdominis. 
/. Tapping an o a n yst Paracentesis ovarii. 
g. Tapping ti e II dd Paracentesis vesicie. 

Above th pul Supra pubera. 

Through the tom Per rectum intcstinuni. 
h. Tapping a hydrocele. Paracentesia hydroceles. 
i. Tapping fluid tumors. Paracentesis tumorum fluidorum. 
Transfusion. Transfusio. 
Artificial respiration. Respiratio artiSciosa. 
Resuscitation of drowned persons. Restitutio ntiimu; in deraersis. 
Resuscitation of hanged persons. Restitutio aniuim a suspendio. 
* Foi' otlier deformities, see t'le list at page S8. 



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APPENDIX. HUMAN PARASITES. 85 



HUMAN PARASITES. 

Note. — The parasites are to be returned under local diseases, 

SUBDIVISIONS. 

I. Entozoa. 

2. ECTOZOA. 

3. Entophyta and Epiphyta. 

ENTOZOA. 

GLASSES. 

A. CcELELMiNTHA. Syn. Hollow worms. 

Worms with an abdominal cavity. 

B. Sterelmintha. Syn. Solid worms. 

c. Accidental Parasites. 

Internal parasites, having the habits, but not referable to the class, 
of entozoa. 

Class a. Ccelelmintha. 

1. Ascaris lumbricoides. (Linnaeus.) Habitat : Intestines. 

2. Ascaris mystax. (Rudolphi.) Habitat: Intestines. 

3. Trichocephalus dispar. (Rudolphi.) Habitat: Intestines. 

4. Trichina spiralis. (Owen.) Habitat: Muscles. 

5. Filaria Medinensis. (Gmelin.) Syn. Dracunculus Medinensis; 

Guinea worm. Habitat: Skin and subcutaneous tissues. 

6. Filaria oculi. (Nordman.) Syn. Filaria lentis. (Diesing.) Ha- 

bitat: Eye. 

T. Strongylus bronchialis. (Cobbold.) -HaftiYa^ ; Bronchial tubes. 

8. Eustrongylus gigas. (Diesing.) -Ha&z^a^ : Kidney ; intestines. 

9. Sclerostoma duodenale. (Cobbold.) Syn. Anchylostomum duo- 

denale. Habitat: Duodenum. 

10. Oxyuris vermicularis. (Bremser.) /^n. Threadworm. Habitat: 
Rectum. 

Class b. Sterelmintha. 

II. Bothriocephalus latus. (Bremser.) Habitat: Intestines. 

12. Bothriocephalus cordatus. (Leuckart.) Habitat: Intestines. 

13. T^nia solium. (Linn£eus.) Habitat: Intestines. 



86 ArPENDIS. HUMAN PAKASITES. 

14. Cysticercus of tlie Taiua solium. Sijn. Oysticei'cus tela; celtii- 

losie. 

15. Tienia medioeaiiellata. (Kiielieumci&ter.) Hahiiat: Intestines. 

16. Tienia acanthotrias. (Weinland.) Habitat: Intestines. 

17. Ticnia flavopnncta. (Weinland.) Habitat: Intestines. 

18. Tienia nana. (Sieboid.) Habitat : laUstmes. 

19. Tffioia lophosoraa. (Cobbold.) Ha6i(a( : Intestiaes. 

20. Taenia elliptica. (Batsch.) Habitat : XnteaWncs. 

21. Cysticercus of the Tienia marginata. Sijn. Cysticereua temii- 

collis. 

23. Ecliinococcus liominis, o)- Hydatid of tlie Taenia echinococcns. 
(Sieboid.) 

23. Faseiola liepatiea. (LiniiicuB.) Habitat : T.ixQT. 

24. Diatoma crasaura. (Busk.) Habitat: Duodenum. 

25. Distoma lanceolatum. (Moblis.) Habitat: Hepatic duet ; intes- 

tines. 

26. Distoma oplitlialmobiimi. (Dieslug.) Habitat: Eye. 

37. Distoma lieteropliycs. (Sieboid.) Habitat: Small intestines. 

28. Bilharzia liannatobia, (Colibold.) Habitat: Portal and venous 
blood. 

23. Tetrastoma renale. (Delia Chiaje.) Habitat: Tubes of tbe 
kidney. 

30. Hcxathyridiura venarum. (Treutler.) Habitat: Venous blood. 

31. Hexatbyridium pinguicola. (Treutler.) Habitat: Ovary. 

Class c. Accidental Parasites. 



33. Pentastoma constrictnm. Habitat: Liver. 

34. (Estrus bominis. (Say.) Syn. Larva of tbe gad-fly. Habitat: 

Intestines. 

35. Aiitbomyia canicularis. (A. Farre.) Habitat: Intestines. 

ECTOZOA. 

36. Pediculus pubis. (Leacb.) Syn. Crab-lousp. 

37. Pedicuhis capitis. (Nitzscb.) Syn. Head-louse. 

3a. Pediculus palpebrarum. (Le Jeuue in Guillemeau.) S>jn. Brow- 



AFPEyOIX. HUMAN TARASITES. 37 

39. Pediciilus vestimenti. (Nitzsch.) Si/n. Body-louse. 

40. Pedieulus tabeaeentium. (Burmeistfir.) 

41. Sarcoptes seabiei. (Latreille.) Si/n. Acurus. Itcli-iiisect. 
49. DemodexfoUiculornin, (Owen.) 

Habilat: Skiu aud 

ENTOPHTTA AND EPIPUYTA. 

44. Leptotlirix buccal is. (WcdI. llobin.) ^i/n. Alga of the mouth. 

45. Oidium albicans. (Link.) S'l/n. Thrush fungus. Habitat : ^oaWi 

\n cases of thrush, and certain mucous and cutaneous 
surfaces. 

46. Sarcina ventriculi, (Goodsir.) Habilat; Stomach. 

4^. Torula perevisiie. (Turpin.) Syn. Cryptococcus cerevisiee. 
(Kiitzing.) Syn. Teast-plant. Eabilal: Stomach; blad- 
der, &c. 

48. Chionyphe Carter!. 

A cotton TuDgus occnrriug io the disease called Mycetoma. Ha- 
hitat: Peep tisBuea, and bones of thelianda and feet. 

49. Achorion Scfionlcinii. (Remak.) ffijfiiVai: Tinea favosa. 

Nole. — To be retunied amongst tlie paraaitio dlaeadea of tliu gkin. 

50. Puccinia favi. (Ardaten.) Habitat: Tinea favosa. 

Note. — To be returned amongst the parasitic diseases of tlie skin. 

51. Achorion Lebertii. (Robin.) Syn, Trichophyton tonsurans. 

(Malmstcn.) Habitat: Tinea tonsurans. 
Note. — To be iBtorned amongst the parasitic diseases of the skin. 

52. Microeporon Aiidouini. (Gniby.) Habitat: Tinea decalvans. 

Note. — To he returned amongst tlie parasitic diseases of tlie skin. 

53. Trichophyton sporuloides. (Von Walther.) Habitat: Tinea 

polonica. 
Note, — To be retarned amongst the parasitic diseases of the skin. 

54. Microsporon furfur, (Eichatiidt.) Habitat: Tinea versicolor. 

Note. — To be retnrned amongst the parasitic diseases ot the skin. 

65. Microsporon mentagrophytes. (Gruby.) Habitat: Follicles of 
hair in Sycosis or Mentagra. 
Note. — To be retnrned amongst the parasitic diseases of the skin. 

Tho foregoing list might be extended by the addition of varions parn- 
sitit; vegetBtions, which have been reported under the names of AlRiK, 
FuQgi, Mycoderms, Leptomiti, Ac., iiut the characters or the eiiat- 
eacB of which are still the subject of inqairy. 



APPENDIX. CONGENITAL MALPOBMATIONS, 



CONGENITAL MALFORMATIONS. 
DEFORMITATES CONGENITA. 



09 THE BODY GENERALLT. 

COSPOmS UNIVBRSI. 

Head absent, or rudimentary. Caput aut nullum aut rnde. 

Cranium defective. Calvaria curta. 

Lower jaw absent or defective. Maxilla inferior aut nulla aut ciirta. 

Upper and lower extremities abscot. Defectio partium extremarum 
superiorum et inferiorum. 

Lower estremitiea absent. Defectio mcmbrorum iuferiorum. 

One lower extremity absent. Defectio membri iuferioria altcrutrius. 

Hands and feet articulated to scapulas aud pelvis. Manus pcdesque 
scapularum ct ooxarum osaibus insert!. 

Fiugers aud toes deficient iu number. Manuura podumquo digiti 
uumero deflcientes. 

OF THE NERVOUS SVSTEM. 
NERVORUM APPARATUS. 
Brain absent. Defectio cerebri. 

Brain rudimentary or incompletely developed. Cerebrum rnde vel minus 
absolutam. 

Spinal cord absent or imperfect. Medulla spiote aut nulla ant inchoata. 

Continuity of nerves with nerve-cenlres incomplete. Nervorum cum 
cenlris suis iraperfecta commissura. 

OF THE ORGANS OF SPECIAL SENSE. 
SE^■SU'UM SIXGULARIUM APPARATUS. 
Eyes absent. Defectio oculorum. 
Eyes imperfect. Oculi curti. 
Eyelids incomplete. Palpebrie imperfectte. 
Eyelids remaining united. Palpebrnnim perpctna conjnnctio. 
External ear absent. Defectio auris esterioris. 



APPEXDIS. aONGENITAL MALFORMATIONS. 89 

PitAna adherent. Auriciila ndliserens. 

Meatus esteruus closed. Forameti auris claasutn. 

Internal ear iraperfect. Anns interior cnrta. 

Nose absent. Defectio nasi. 

Nose imperfect. Nasns cartas. 

Kuse resembling a proboscis. Nasns proboscidi siniilior. 

OP THE VAaCDL.^R SYSTEM. 
SANGUINIS APPARATUS. 
Heftrt absent. Defectio cordis. 
Canities ofheart deficient in number. CuTacordisnumerodeficientia. 

a. One anricle and One ventricle. Singula auricula cum singulo 

ventriculo. 

b. Two anricles and one ventricle. Binm anricnlfe cum singnlo ven- 

triculo. 

Septa incomplete. Septa imperfecta, 

a. Auricular. Septum auricularum. 

b. Ventricular. Septum ventriculorum. 

OriGces obstructed or imperfect. Ostia obstructa vel imperfecta. 

Ostium dextrum auricukm 

b. Pulmonic aperture. Ostium pulmonale. 

f. Left auriculo-ventrieulnr aperture. Ostium sinistrum auriculam 
inter ventriculumque, 

d. Aortic aperture. Ostium aorticum. 

Foramen ovale prematurely dosed. Foramen ovale prtemature clansnm. 

Ductus arteriosus prematurely closed. Ductus arteriosus priemature clausus. 

Origins of aorta and pulmonary artery transposed. Capita aortiC et arte- 
rite pnlmoualis inter se Iransposita. 

Origin of ascending aorta from left ventricle and of descending aorta from 
rigbt venlriclc, tbrough the ductus arteriosus. Aorta ascen- 
dens a sinislro ventriculo orsa, descendens a de.'stro per due- 
turn arterlosum. 

Commencement of descending aorta contracted or obliterated. Caput 
aorta! descendentia coarctatum vel obliteratum. 

Foramen ovale persistent. Fornmen ovale a partu patens. 

Ductus arteriosus pervious. Ductus arteriosus a partu pcrvins. 



90 APPENDIX. CONGENITAL MALFUR.\fATI0X3. 

Cardiac valves impiiiTect. Valvte cordis imperfoctie. 
Periciirdinm absent. Defeetio pericardii. 

OF THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM. 
RKSPIIIATIONIS APPARATUS. 

LimsK (one or both) absent. Defectio piilmonum {alteriitrius ve! utniisqne). 

Fiilmouary lobes deRcient in mimher. Fiilnionuni lobi iiumevo deGcieiites. 

Larynx and trachea absent or imperfect. Larynx et trachea ant uiillnnut 
iiiehuata. 

OP THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM. 
DIOKRTIONIS APPARATUS. 
(Eaophag^us impervions. (Esophagus impervius. 

Interline impervious, or deficient in various regions. Intestina irapervia 
vel defleientia in variis partibus. 

Anna impervious. Anus impervius. 

Anus in unu.siial situations. Anus in alieuo situ. 

Liver pre tenia tu rally small, Jeeur praster iiaturara cxignnra. 

Gall-l)ladder absent. Del'ectio vesicuhu fdlis. 

Biliary duets inipervions. Ductus jeciiioria impervii. 

TTrachns patulous, XTraclius patens. 

Vitelline duct patulous. Ductus Vitellinus patens. 

OF THE URINAin' SYSTEM. 
UPLY.-L- APPARATUS. 

Kidney (one or both} absent. Defectio renum (ahcnitrins vel utriu,';qiie). 

Kidney bbalated. Keiies rauUiGdi. 

Ureters absent or impervious. Ureteres aut nulli ant impervii, 

f ruehus persistent. Druchus perstans. 

OF TUK MALE ORGANS OF GENERATION. 

GEiXITALIUM VIlilLlUM. 

Penis diminutive, resembling a clitoris. Coles pusillus, clitoridi airailior. 

Prepuce abbreviated — elongated. Priepntinm justo brovius — jnsto longins. 

Testicle (one or both) absent. Defeclio testicnloruni (altcrutrius vel ulri- 
us(|ue). 

External organs absent. Defectio parliura exteriorum. 




A PP F. I-IDIS. OONGENITAL MALFORMATIONS. 



OP TUE FEMALE OltGANS OF GENEIIATION. 
GSyirAllUH MUL!EBR!UM. 



Ovary (^OT\e orbolli) nbaeiit. Defectioo' 
"OifeTua absent. Defectio uteri. 
Vagina absent. Defectio vaginte. 
Vagina, inipervioiis. Vtvgiim imiiervin. 
Vagina, a cul-de-sac. Yajjjiiia m siunru deslriena. 
Kxternal organs absent, Defectio partium esteriornra, 



(alterutrius vel utriusquej. 



BEFOliMlTATES CONOENfT.E E.T PARUM COfJUNTTIiUS Ali UTROQUB 
LATERE PARTIBUS niMIDII.% QU^E DKBOEIiANT CO^JVNGl. 



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Pissure of the face. Fissura faciei. 

Fissure of the iris. Fisaura iriiJis. Syn. Colobomit. 

Fissure of the lip. Fissurii labri. 

a. Single harelip. Lfibrum leporinnm simplex. 
6. Double Imrelip. Labruni leporiuura duplex. 
Fissure of the palate. Fissura palali. 
a. Hard palate. Paliiti duri. 
h. Soft palate. Palati mollis. 
Fi.ssare of the nose. Fissura nasi. 
Xwo-buccal fissure Fissurii. uasi et buccarum. 
Fissure of the sternum. Fissiirn sterni. 
Fissure of the dia])bragm. Fissura diaphrngmatia. 
Fissiu'e of the abdominal walls. Fissura abdouainis, 
Fissnrc of the pubic sjmiihjsia. Fisaura coinmissuvffi pectini*. 
Extroversion of the bladder. Vesica; extroversio. 
Epispadias. Epispadias. 

Hypospadias. 
■i5of the scrotum. Fissura scroti. 



APPENDIX. CONGENITAL MALFO 



e of tlie bIidII. Fissnra calvarias. 

Fissura verteijriirum 

a. Corajilete. Ex toto, 

b. Partial. Ex parte. 

Cervical region. Cervicis. 
Lumbar regiou. Lumborum. 
Sacral region. Sncri. 
Fissore of the spinal cord. Fisaara raedullie 



DEFORMITA TES CONOENITJE EX COEUNTIBUS AB UTROQ UE LA TERE 
DIMWIIS PARTIBUS, QU.-E DEBUERANT IX J'ERPETUUM VISSO- 
CIASI. 

Lower extremitiea conjoined. Membra inferioracomraisaa. St/n. Sjren- 

iform fcetua. 
Fingers or toes conjoined. Digit! cohEerentea, 
Cjclops. "tTnocnlns. Syn. Monocnlus. 
Double kidney. Benes in unura conjunct!. 

M.^LFORMATIONS RESULTIXa FROM THE EXTENSION OF A COMMIS- 
SURE BETWEEN TI[E LATERAL HALVES OF PARTS (CAUSING APPA- 
RENT DUPLICATION). 

DEFORir/TATES COWGEmT.E ET LATfUS PATENTE COStmSSUSA 
DimnFARUM A LATERIBUS PARTIUH {DDPLICATA OillflA RE- 
PR^SENTANTES). 

Donljle uteras. Uterus duplex. 

Double vagina. Vagina duplex. 



Snpernomerary fingers and toea. Snperantea nninero digili. 
Supernumerary cavities of the heart. Soperautia numero cava cordis. 
Snpernnmerary valves of the heart. Supernutes nnmera valvre cordis. 




APPENDIX. CONGENITAL MALFORMATIONS. 93 



MALFORMATIONS RESULTING FROM THE COALESCENCE OF TWO 

FCETUSES, OR OF THEIR PARTS. 

Z)EFORMITATES EX COH^RENTIBUS INTER SE Bl^IS FCETIBUS, 

SIVE EX TOTO SIVE EX PARTE. 

"Foetus, more or less perfect, contained within another foetus. Foetus, plus 

minus absolutus, alio in foetu inclusus. 

Foetus, more or less perfect, constituting a tumor covered by integument. 
Foetus, plus minus absolutus, tumorem repraesentans cute 
obductum. 

Double foetus. Foetus duplex. 

a. One perfect. The other an appendage. Altera pars iutegra. 
Altera appendix tantummodo. 

6. Both more or less perfect. Utraque pars plus minus integra. 

The middle parts united. The upper and lower distinct. Par- 
tes mediae continentes. Superiora et inferiora discreta. 

The upper parts united. The lower distinct. Superiora conti- 
nentia. Inferiora discreta. 

The lower parts united. The upper distinct. Inferiora conti- 
nentia. Superiora discreta. 



CONGENITAL DISPLACEMENTS AND UNUSUAL POSITIONS OF PARTS OF 

THE FOETUS. 

MUTATIO LOCI ET POSITURA INUSITATA IN F(ETU CONGENITA. 
Transposition of viscera. Yiscera inter se transposita. 
Hernia or ectopia of the brain. Hernia sive ectopia cerebri. 
Hernia or ectopia of the heart. Hernia sive ectopia cordis. 
Hernia or ectopia of the lungs. Hernia sive ectopia pulmonum. 
Hernia or ectopia of the intestines. Hernia sive ectopia intestinorum. 

Varieties. 

Through the diaphragm. Diaphragmatic hernia. Hernia dia- 
phragmatica. 

Through the abdominal walls. Abdominal hernia. Hernia abdomi- 
nalis. 

Through the umbilicus. Umbilical hernia. Hernia umbilicalis. 

Extroversion of the bladder. Vesicae extroversio. 

Testicle retained in the abdomen. Testiculus in ventre retentus. 

Testicle retained in the inguinal canal. Testiculus in foramine inguinali. 



APPESDIX. CONGENITAL MALFORMATIONS 



DISEASES MANIFESTED AT OR AFTER BIRTH. 
MORBI A I'ARTU IPSO VEL J'OST PARTUM APPARENTES. 
Premature birtb. Partus intempestivus. 
Stillbirth. Partus intus emortuus. 

Imijerfect expansion of air cella. Atelectasis pulmonum, 
Jaundice. Icterus. 
Idiotcy. Amentia. 
Dumbness. Inrantia liugute. 
Deaf-dnmbnesB. Mutorum snrditaE. 
Congenital cataract. Suffusio congenita. 
Cephaltematoraa. Ceiihalffiraatoma. 
Syphilis. Syphilis. 



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